We were pleased ASPIE was chosen as the event charity at yesterday’s lunch at Spring Grove House. Many thanks to Amros Promotions, Worcestershire’s Business Community and Event Sponsor, Kevin Probert. Your generosity contributes to improving the prospects of Asperger adults.
ASPIE, promoting the talents of aspies, is 8 years old today! We were also pleased to welcome Aspie magician Angus Baskerville to our recent party. Aspie magician Angus Baskerville entertains members with mind blowing tricks at ASPIE’s 8th Birthday Party September 2019
We were pleased to be chosen, along with Worcester food bank to benefit from funds raised at the Chestnut Community Festival, held at the Chestnut Inn in June. This family event including live music and fabulous food was supported by many local businesses and attracted visitors from far and wide. CCAG’s donation of £400 to […]
We were delighted to welcome Robin again at ASPIE on Wednesday 14th August. He understands the need for improving services for autism and has addressed the House of Commons on a number of occasions. On 26 April 2016 he spoke of ASPIE and our efforts in reducing social isolation and inspiring people to come together […]
Thank you to Joe White and his colleagues at Waitrose Malvern for choosing ASPIE for their Community Matters in May. Thank you also to their customers who supported ASPIE with their green tokens raising £345 towards our running costs. We were invited to afternoon tea at Waitrose Malvern, and James and I attended to meet […]
We were delighted to welcome the Mayor of Worcester, Cllr Allah Ditta and his consort on Wednesday 24th July. Services for adults on the spectrum are scant and their visit gave us the opportunity to tell them of our unique model in reducing depression and isolation by providing and environment, services and activities tailored to […]
Dame Cheryl Gillan MP, architect of the Autism Act 2009, PMQs yesterday 1 May 2019 ‘Will the Prime Minister welcome the first ever training session being held in the House of Commons on understanding autism. 59 colleagues have signed up. It is vital that MPs understand what life is like for those on the autistic […]