Donate this Christmas to help provide life-changing assistance dogs for autistic people.
Autism impacts people in different ways, but problems with social interaction and communication can lead to isolation and depression.
Dogs for Autism trains and provides assistance dogs free of charge, with ongoing support to the autistic person and their families, helping them achieve independence, improve their mental health and build self-esteem. These amazing dogs can help in all kinds of environments: education settings, public places and in the workplace making autistic people’s day-to-day lives that bit easier.
Donate now so we can provide more dogs free of charge for the autistic people who need them most.
We are delighted to become the charity partner of SenLife, the digital companion for neurodiverse families.
SenLife is an app and online hub which aims to bring together the neurodiverse community and transform their day to day lives using technical innovation to get the right help.
Packed with useful resources, this app allows parents to plan, track and learn more about the behaviours of their neurodiverse child.
Download and learn more about the app here.
We were absolutely thrilled to see our charity, Dogs for Autism, featured on a special episode of BBC One’s Bargain Hunt in support of BBC Children in Need this year. Renowned TV chef Jean-Christophe Novelli spoke to Jan Kiley, Chief Operating Officer, in a special segment during the programme.
It was incredibly moving to see our organisation recognised nationally on such a popular show. We are so grateful to the BBC, Children in Need, Jean-Christophe and Zana’s family for helping us share our story and inspire viewers to support Children in Need.
Catch the whole episode on iPlayer here.