On Saturday 12th October 2019 Emma Cockcroft organised a Fundraising Quiz to support our work.
The event which was held at the Civil Service Sports Pavilion was a huge success with 11 teams competing.
Day 2 of Autonomie Summer Activity Week 2019 took place on Tuesday 6 August, with a host of fun, practical learning activities. Find out more.
On Saturday 19 January Freedom2Choose programme young people all ‘Made our Mark’ on canvas; the name for this art work was voted on by the young people who named it - ‘Hands Together’ which is now proudly displayed at Lilac House!
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Autonomie has launched a new blog which will offer information, updates and advice straight from the charity.
The blog, a new development for the charity, has gone live this month with the charity's first post, which gave ideas to families on inclusive activities for children with additional needs.
Autonomie is hosting a Macmillan Coffee Morning this Saturday (September 28) in Belfast. The open event will be held at the charity's centre Lilac House (Linked Independent Living and Advice Centre) and is being organised by young people with additional needs in the community that attend the charity's practical activity programme Freedom2Choose.
The event offers visitors the chance to look around the modern and accessible centre, socialise and enjoy coffee and cake prepared by the young people using the kitchen at the centre.
The What Next? Programme is back and today members met up with our friends from South Belfast Area Project and Kids Together.
The project is led by young people and this first day was a chance for young people to discuss plans for the programme.
It was also a chance for everyone to take part in Team Building games.
Volunteering with Autonomie is a rewarding and meaningful way to make a difference.
To learn more about our Be A Champion Volunteer programme visit our website here download the programme information leaflet available.
We are delighted to offer young people with additional needs, carers, parents and siblings the chance to gain a CPCAB Introduction to Counselling Skills (Level 2) qualification.
The course is planning to start in Autumn 2019 and likely to run on Saturdays 10.00 am - 12.00 for 15 weeks.
Accredited by CPCAB (Counselling & Psychotherapy Awarding Body), the course will develop your listening skills and improve your communication.
The classes will be very practical and hopefully fun!