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Sussex Community Foundation Award

At the beginning of the year, committee members worked on and completed a funding application form to the Sussex Community Foundation. The Sussex Community Foundation offers grants which help to address disadvantage and deprivation and build resilience in Sussex communities. They are particularly keen to support grassroots community groups and small-to-medium sized voluntary organisations. Within [...]


National Garden scheme Award

NAS Branches were offered the opportunity to apply up to £5000 for a gardening project / activity, which was run in collaboration with the National Garden scheme. Homeowners across the country open their gardens to the public for a small entrance fee and the funds raised from this are then divided between charities and NAS [...]


South East Today

Holly Batten was on BBC1 South East news this evening with Rupert. Rupert is once again without an education and she is so frustrated with the Local Authority that she felt the need to highlight this in the media. ☹️

2017-04-25T14:03:37+00:00Local News|

Too Much Information

When you’re autistic, life can feel overwhelming. When things go wrong for autistic people, it tends to be because other people’s understanding is lacking. Whether it’s a child having a meltdown in a shopping centre, an adult struggling to find a job or a parent trying to make their local school more autism-friendly, better public [...]


Aspergers, Education & Me

Sarah, Kerry and Jay from our NAS Bexhill & Hastings Branch organised a guest speaker event with Dean Beadle (pictured) at Sussex Coast College in Hastings. It was a really well attended event with lots of positive feedback about Dean’s talk ‘Aspergers, Education & Me’


Bexhill 5K Run

We are a local parent-volunteer group who provides support to families across both Bexhill and Hastings with children who suffer from the life-long disability of autism. Life with autism can be extremely isolating, both for the person with autism and their loved ones. Many parents feel overwhelmed by their child's diagnosis and feel unable to [...]