Fife Action on Autism
FIFE ACTION ON AUTISM
Fife Action on Autism started in 1992. Its work covers the whole of Fife, the full spectrum of disability and all age groups.
Its aims are as follows:
To meet with and offer mutual support to families with children or adults with autistic spectrum disorders.
To raise awareness of these disorders amongst all professionals concerned with diagnosis, education and post-school support.
To encourage the development of appropriate provision for the varied and complex needs of people with autistic spectrum disorders, particularly by Health, Education and Social Work Services.
Fife Action on Autism also runs an Asperger Syndrome Support Project, which provides activity clubs for adults and adolescents in Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline and Leuchars. Those attending these clubs are also eligible for the holidays and short breaks which the project organises.
Rothes Halls, Glenrothes
Date: Last Thursday of every month (except summer) 7.30pm
- Scottish Society for Autism
- National Autistic Society
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can be read on the Scottish Executive Checklist for Parents.