What Next? programme young people enjoyed their walk to Belfast Botanic Gardens on Thursday 7 March.
During the visit the young people got a chance to explore to the wonderfully restored Tropical Ravine which was a big hit with everyone.
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.
At Autonomie, we take internet safety very seriously. We are proud to deliver training and workshops to help equip young people with additional needs with the skills and knowledge to make informed decisions online.
Today is Safer Internet Day and it offers the opportunity to highlight positive uses of technology and to explore the role we all play in helping to create a better and safer online community.
Young people with additional needs face challenges in making their transition into adult life. Challenges such as marginalistion, isolation, and uncertainty are common as a result of a lack of opportunities in continued learning and in the workplace.
our Freedom2Choose programme provides recreation and social space., skills development and supported events/activities independent of families and carers.