Aims and objectives

To provide a supportive, empathetic and comfortable environment that will allow young people and adults with autism to:


  • Pursue hobbies or interests
  • Learn skills for adulthood
  • Integrate with similar individuals and with their community
  • Try new experiences



To ease the difficult transition clients often experience, between leaving education and moving on to supported or independent living.


To promote better awareness and management of the clients' condition as they enter their adult lives.

To follow the lifelong learning philosophy via person-centred planning. 

This places emphasis on a self-directed approach to programme development by enabling individuals to meet their needs and wishes.

To help individuals develop their independence, self-identity, and self-esteem.