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Scottish Autism's purpose is to provide care, support and education for people with autism in Scotland. It is a Scottish registered charity established in 1968 which works together with individuals of all ages with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), their families, carers, and other organisations, agencies, and individuals in Scotland to:
- Provide and promote exemplary services and training in education, care, support and life opportunities.
- Influence policy and practice to ensure the best possible education, care, support and life opportunities.
- Raise public awareness about what autism is, and how it affects the lives of individuals and families in Scotland.
Their website also provides an introduction to autism and explains their philosophy and approach to providing the necessary care, support and education for people with autism throughout Scotland. The site describes in detail the range of services - both direct and support.
Last updated on 05/09/2014
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