We are delighted to announce the End of Programme Barbecue which will take place on Friday 28 June 2019 at Ardnavalley Scout Activity Centre from 6.30 pm to 10 pm.
Access to short-term Independent Living at Lilac House is a key focus of our What Next? programme supported by The National Lottery Community Fund.
The programme gives young people with additional needs aged 19 - 25 who feel ready a chance to develop and learn new independent living skills, skills such as convenient cookery including preparing breakfast, using the dishwasher, microwave and using adapted utensils if required.
Champions! Today and this week for #VolunteersWeek we are celebrating our amazing volunteers.
At Autonomie, we actively encourage young people who take part in our programmes to become volunteers.
We offer structured opportunities for young people to volunteer and mentor their peers, volunteer on our Youth Forum, as well as opportunities to help lead activities programmes planning and delivery.
Young people are at the heart of everything we do!
Freedom2Choose members really look forward to our cookery and baking sessions.
Not only is the creative culinary experience lots of fun, it offers the chance to practice some basic math concepts, is a team effort and provides a tasty treat to share with friends and family.
Freedom2choose members made some yummy Chocolate Chip Cookies on Saturday 18 May, facilitated by Hannah.
Young people with disabilities who have taken part in a huge range of activities on our programmers had their achievements recognised at the Strictly Our Achievements Celebration Event.
Held at La Mon Hotel and Country Club (5 April), the event celebrated the achievements of young people we support.