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Keeping it Wild Blog Underway!

Keeping it Wild is underway, and our participant Solly has been keeping a blog chronicling the progress of the project and its participants. Click here to check it out!

You can also find pictures of our progress and photos taken by our participants here, on flickr!

Connect4D Video Now Available

The Connect4D video is now available for viewing, and can be found either below or on the Connect4D page in the Projects section!

Once again, if you would like to organise a visit to your school, college, or organisation presenting our project, then please contact info@autus.org.uk.

Connect 4D: Local Democracy

Our year-long research project, Connect 4D, is finally drawing to an end!

The result includes a sim and accompanying video that describes the results of the project, designed in large part by our participants, many of whom have Autism.

The overall project aim is to inform young adults about the ways they can get involved with Local Democracy in the Greater London area.

National Lottery Community Fund Grant for Job Club

Job Club has received a grant from the National Lottery Community Fund!  Thank you!

CITY LEADERS (LONDON YOUTH): YOUR SUPPORT REQUESTED

As part of the City Leaders project we are collecting some personal experiences of having autism or similar social difficulties to raise ore public awareness.

We are especially interested in YOU and YOUR experiences in the following areas

Connect 4D Researcher Booklet Now Available

A booklet to help potential researchers for our Connect 4D project is now available!  If you want to know just what being a researcher for the project is all about, then please click here 

City & Guilds Bronze Quality Mark

As of April, London Youth has awarded Autus their Bronze quality mark!

The City Leaders Comic, Journey is Now Available!

Journey, the comic created by our participants in the first stage of the City Leaders programme, is now available to read online, here on the Autus website!

3DNovations Mentioned in The Technews!

3DNovations has been mentioned by technology journalism site The Technews in an article about Groundbreaking Tools for Gamers with Disabilities!  Autus makes extensive use of 3DNovations' technology; technology that we've been instrumental in helping to develop, so it's great to see them getting some much-deserved media attention.

Click Start is Enrolling!

Our confidence and work-skills development programme, Click Start is open for enrollment and looking for participants once again!  If you're interested, you can find registration information on the Click Start programme page.

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