Birmingham and Solihull All Age Autism Support Services
This service is funded by the NHS England and managed via the BSol ICB, managed by Landau Limited. The aim of this service is to provide a reliable and accessible point of contact for autistic people/person, their parents, families and unpaid carers.
This service will also develop a service directory that connects with local statutory, third sector, private/independent organisations that support autistic people/persons.
The service will further award grants to bring new autistic support services onto the market to enhance support and encourage innovation and creativity and, to reflect local issues and need.
We are a training and supported employment Charity, supporting the most vulnerable groups in society, people with neurodiverse conditions, learning disabilities, mental health problems, veterans, long-term unemployed, looked after children, young people not accessing educational provision, training or in employment.
All our services are heavily invested in delivering bespoke, 1-2-1 interventions.
To put our clients at the heart of all that we do, celebrating diversity, and focusing on accessibility, inclusion and equality
To co-design and co-create services with people
To empower individuals, contributing to their well-being and self-esteem
To provide opportunities and support for formal and informal learning and continuing professional development
To impact on the economic prosperity of people, communities and the county
To work with our staff, partners, people who use our services in the delivery and improvement of services, providing maximum impact and the most efficient use of resources
“Our vision is to ensure everyone who wants to work has the opportunity to gain meaningful employment’’