Our Partners

Proud members of the Autism Alliance

Stakeholders invested in the well-being of autistic people

Autism Hampshire is a member of the Autism Alliance. Together, we offer national coverage and ensure that the voice of autistic people and their families is heard. Local and national members support thousands of autistic children and autistic adults in a variety of settings from residential, day services, schools, family support and pathways through to work. Current membership comes from education, research and local, regional and national care providers.

The aim of the alliance


As an alliance we hold shared beliefs and values relating to the individual potential of autistic people, our expectations for them are high and we believe that:

  • Autistic People will always continue to develop skills and strategies and we can demonstrate positive outcomes for the people we support
  • Autistic people have significant strengths and can use these to learn and develop skills allowing them to participate as independent and valued citizens, enjoying equal rights and opportunities
  • A flexible and personalised approach is necessary to support the development of individual skills
  • Through working alongside with autistic people, effective strategies can be developed that enable them to contribute to and be consulted on all aspects of their lives
  • Consultation through listening to people who use the service, and their representatives is key to effective evolving services

Corporate Partnerships

We are proud to be in partnership with SERT who are a workforce solutions business operating across the UK and Middle East, focused on delivering bespoke services to customers. They specialise in the technology and engineering sectors, working across digital, defence, smart and virtual.

“SERT is proud to be in partnership with Autism Hampshire! Autism Hampshire works tirelessly and admirably to improve the quality of life for autistic people. We work together to continue to create opportunities for autistic people in relation to employment and helping with their fundraising. Over the last few years we have supported events such as abseiling down the Spinnaker Tower, Skydiving and Go Karting team building days We are excited to see where future developments will lead us thus strengthening our partnership. Together we can make a difference!” - Mark Edwards, CEO at SERT.

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