World Autism Acceptance Day

The Walk for Autism challenge week finishes on the 2nd of April. Tuesday 2nd of April is also World Autism Acceptance Day so it's a wonderful day to celebrate together!

Extend the celebrations and support for the whole of the autism awareness week Tuesday 2nd of April 2024 (World Autism Awareness Day) right through to Monday 8th of April.

How you can support World Autism Acceptance Day

Every year we celebrate the end of the Walk for Autism challenge week on World Autism Acceptance Day.

You can support world autism awareness day, week and month by doinating to one of our 1000s of fantastic walkers or by donating directly to us. All funds raised help support vital autism projects around the UK & Ireland.

Take a T shirt Selfie

Use the hashtags #WorldAutismAcceptanceDay

Make a donation

Make a meaningful and lasting impact and help Autism Initiatives Group fund fantastic projects

Share the support

Remember to tag us in @wewalkforautism and we'll reshare to our wonderful community

Autism Awareness & Support

Your autism support helps fund vital projects across the whole of the UK & Ireland.

Supported Living

Our specialist approach and understanding enables people of all ages to live full and active lives in thier own house or flat.

Community Hubs

Our dedicated staff teams have an autism specialist approach and understanding so they can provide a choice of worthwhile activities for people of all abilities in our community hubs and out in the community.

One Stop Shops

Sign posting, training, social groups, advice support and .... a welcoming place to drop in and have a coffee

Outreach Education

Using an autism specialist approach and understanding to individual children in mainstream school, Autism Initiatives Group delivers specific training for teaching staff and parents.

Outreach Support

Autism Initiatives Group works with individuals and families to provide the specialist approach and understanding needed in their homes and alongside them out in their community

Short Breaks Service

Using a specialist approach and understanding Autism Initiatives Group provides short breaks for autistic people of all ages.

Social Enterprisers

Autism Initiatives Group provides work experience for young adults to build confidence and gain skills for employment.  

Specialist Schools

The schools provide the unique autism specialist approach required for each individual child and young person.

Social Groups

People with shared interests meet and form social groups together to develop friendships and have fun!