by Lisa Taylor on November 8, 2013
NEAS have been doing some joint work with the Sunderland Empire to produce a ‘relaxed performance’ of Cinderella for people with autism and their families.
by Lisa Taylor on November 7, 2013
NEAS have been shortlisted to receive funding for a new Autism Workshop for parents living in Middridge & Aycliffe.
by Lisa Taylor on November 6, 2013
On Sunday 27th October, staff and students from TyneMet College and Queen Alexandra Sixth Form College, along with some family members, abseiled 160ft down the side of the Dental Hospital in Newcastle to raise money for the North East Autism Society, the College’s nominated charity of the year.
by Lisa Taylor on November 5, 2013
Durham cricketer Gordon Muchall is the latest to sign up as an ambassador with the Society.
by Lisa Taylor on September 27, 2013
Our new short break service has opened that will specialise in supporting people with autism and learning disabilities.
by Sally Squires on September 27, 2013
See if you can Hot Foot It across a 20ft Fire Walk and take part in our Halloween Challenge.
by Lisa Taylor on September 10, 2013
The Sunderland Echo have teamed up with the Big Lottery Fund to launch a campaign called ‘Do A Lotto Good’. We have been shortlisted along with another 18 organisations in the area to compete for a slice of £250,000!!
by Lisa Taylor on August 27, 2013
The 6-week school holidays can be a long time for children to be off school and a real challenge for parents to keep their off-spring entertained and avoid the dreaded “I’m bored” comment. But for families living with a child or young person with autism it can be extremely difficult and a major concern. Families can feel isolated and have nowhere to turn, the Society has a range of services that are tailored to meet that very need and keep young people entertained and inspired throughout the holiday period.