Autism at Kingwood Stories

Steve has been a support worker with Autism at Kingwood for 13 years and his level of commitment to the welfare of the people he has supported over his long career is inspirational.

Sarah, Autism at Kingwood Area Manager, wins the 2021 Pride of Reading Inspiration Award.

Belinda, Peripatetic Support Manager for Autism at Kingwood, has been nominated by her team for the Home Care Coordinator Award for the Great British Care Awards.

Beth, who is a support worker for Autism at Kingwood, talks about her choice to isolate away from her family during the pandemic.

Adam has been working in the care industry for Autism at Kingwood since May 2016.

Dina is a support worker for Autism at Kingwood, who has been isolated from her family due to Coronavirus.

Dame Stephanie Shirley,founder of Autism at Kingwood talks about her reasons for setting up our charity and about her son Giles.

Mum Tracie, talks about her son Arthur and the person-centred support he has received from staff at Autism at Kingwood.

John is a young man living at our Transition Service

Edward has been supported by Autism at Kingwood since 2008. In that time, his confidence has really grown and he has learnt new skills.

Mark has benefited from our Dogs for Good partnership – working with dogs to increase confidence.

Sue writes about the care and dedication her son Giles has received from Autism at Kingwood support workers.

Wacika writes about her impressions as a former employee of Autism at Kingwood.

Max writes about his experiences of working as a Support Worker at Autism at Kingwood.

Expert Care Manager magazine features our Skills for Care student, Laiba Husein

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