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Respite centre for autistic adults opens in Worksop

A new support centre opens this week in Worksop offering respite services for autistic adults. The Autism East Midlands’ development provides people with specialist support, whilst also providing...

Tech project inspires students

Students at Nottingham’s Sutherland House School got the chance to learn about a career in technology when they took part in an innovative project with software company Ideagen. Seven youngsters...

Students get in on the act

Actors from Bamboozle Theatre Company put on a special performance of their magical ‘Firebird’ show at Nottingham’s Sutherland House School, giving students the chance to take...

Race is on to take part in 2022 London Marathon

Autism East Midlands has a small number of charity places to join this October’s London Marathon and would love to hear from anyone who wants to join the AEM team and raise funds for the...

South Lodge service welcomes good CQC rating

The team at Autism East Midland’s South Lodge service have welcomed a report from the Care Quality Commission that has rated the Retford service as an overall GOOD. Following a visit by the...

Gearing up for the Jubilee Weekend

The bunting is up, the special festive hats have been created and the baking has begun. AEM services across the region are all set to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee next week. The...

AEM looks forward to opening new service

Work is now complete on the £1million development of the new respite accommodation in Worksop. The keys were officially handed over to Autism East Midlands this week. And the team is getting set to...

Respite service to open in Worksop

A new centre offering respite services for autistic adults is set to open in Worksop this summer. The £1million development on Sparken Hill has been created by Autism East Midlands specifically to...

On track to make travel more autism friendly

Millions of people travel by train daily, almost taking it for granted. For some autistic people though train travel can be a major challenge. The sheer amount of people as well as all the different...

Top award for Autism East Midlands

Autism East Midlands has been recognised with a special award for its approach to excellence in inclusion. It was one of only three organisations selected for accolades during a glitzy Celebration...

Runner goes the distance for #TeamAEM

When we invited people earlier this year to join #TeamAEM and support us, we were overwhelmed by the response. During the year many people have generously donated their time by taking part in a...

Photographer raises funds for Autism East Midlands

Nottinghamshire photographer, Lamar Francois is helping to raise funds for Autism East Midlands through the sale of a calendar.   Lamar has been discovering new sights of the world around him...

AEM takes on first recruits under Kickstart Scheme

Autism East Midlands takes on first permanent recruits through the Kickstart scheme, an initiative aimed to help young people at risk of long-term unemployment. The Kickstart Scheme is aimed at...

Blog: Coming Out Of Lockdown

Lamar Francois, autistic photographer from Nottingham, opens up about his experience of lockdown and how he overcame these challenges following the Covid-19 pandemic.    It’s been a...

Take Part in 5k May for Autism East Midlands

Take on 5k May and help our care go further! SIGN UP 5k May is one month of coming together to make a difference for your favourite UK charities. Complete 5k anywhere, anytime with anyone and help...