Help us to help you. Let us together eradicate isolation, change lives for the the better and make a difference for people 14+ on the autistic spectrum for the better so that they can access the community and establish a rewarding lifestyle. You are not alone. If you are a parent, a carer, professsional or a concerned neighbour or you are a person on the spectrum then give us a call today. Help us to help you so that together we can change lives for the better and give a person on the spectrum an opportunity of life.
Lifeworks Staffordshire is a registered charity specifically tailored for people aged 14+ who are living with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder, with or without an official diagnosis. From campaigning at local level to increase public awareness of autistic spectrum disorders, through to providing much needed relevant services, our aim is to enable our clients to gain social inclusion in the community in order to develop a sustainable and rewarding lifestyle. Read More</>
Through our services Lifeworks aims to eradicate isolation, change lives and make a difference so that our clients can access the community to establish a rewarding lifestyle. With a growing client base and referral rates from outside agencies on the increase with conditions such as Asperger syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Dyspraxia; Tourette’s Read More
Lifeworks Staffordshire needs you! Help us to help you make a difference to a charity that depends on passionate people to thrive and grow. It will be rewarding for you, and life changing for somebody on the autistic spectrum. You can volunteer your services, either at the charity headquarters or as an outreach worker. In doing so, you will be aiding clients with ASD to lead happy fulfilling lives. Read More
Registered Charity Number: 1120803
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We are looking for your support for our campaign 'The Hidden Costs', that we will be spearheading to raise awareness both locally and nationally, of the appalling consequences of diminishing or non-existent services for adults with an autistic spectrum disorder, and the myriad of co-morbid conditions that often exist alongside ASD. Read More
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