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  • 06
  • Jun
  • 2019

Giving back as a volunteer

We really value all our volunteers and they are a great part of our team. They support our work in so many ways, from giving up their time to cheer on our runners in the London Marathon to

  • 23
  • May
  • 2019

Ambitious about Autism and TalkTalk partnership wins Business Charity Award

The long-standing partnership between TalkTalk and Ambitious about Autism – which has raised millions of pounds for children and young people with autism – has been recognised in this year’s

  • 07
  • May
  • 2019

The Exclusions Review leaves a ‘big question mark’ over support for autistic pupils in school

Ambitious about Autism Chief Executive Jolanta Lasota, said: 


“An alarming number of children with autism are missing from our education system and

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  • 30
  • Apr
  • 2019

TreeHouse pupils hit the slopes

Every week, pupils aged 13 to 19 attend Snowbility sessions at the Snow Centre in Hemel Hempstead. We went along for the journey with four very eager pupils from Treehouse School, to experience it

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  • 23
  • Apr
  • 2019

Surviving school with autism

According to Ambitious about Autism research exclusions of pupils with autism have rocketed by almost 60% in English schools in the last few years.

Pupils with autism face extra challenges

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  • 17
  • Apr
  • 2019

Include Autism: the inclusive youth group guide

There are many reasons for this. Compared to the structure and routine of school, youth groups can be a scary and unpredictable environment – and without the right support, autistic young people

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