autism isolation no more

Preventing isolation for families affected by autistic spectrum condition

non-profit charitable org

We are 100% volunteers

all our volunteers are persons with a direct link to the autism spectrum, by either having autistic children or being on the spectrum themselves. 

Our history

our organisation started its journey from humble beginnings as being a monthly support group based at a play venue before gaining our own inclusion venue in a busy central location, however this was not desirable for our children and have now moved to a beautiful little log cabin in Denmead.

Our mission

Preventing isolation for families affected by autistic spectrum condition 

looking for a home for your used autism books

we would be happy to give them a place where they will be well used. for postal address please email


national diversity winners

Worthy Winner

Rachael Pearson (3rd from the right Botton row) was Honoured at the UK’s Largest Diversity Awards.

Scissor Sister favourite Ana Matronic joined forces with TV presenter Brian Dowling to host The National Diversity Awards on 08th September.

Community organisations and role models from across the UK headed to the breathtaking Liverpool Anglican Cathedral on 14th September to witness the countries 2018 winners being crowned the best of British diversity. Rachael Pearson  beat seven others in the running for the positive role model for gender 

Rachael Pearson strives everyday to improve the lives of families with autistic spectrum condition.

" it is an complete honour and privilege  to receive this award and place myself amongst an select group of  passionate game changers for the betterment of society"  

A number of special guests made an appearance at the UK’s largest diversity awards to show their support for the incredible nominees who have changed the lives of many. 

Hot on the heels from Celebrity Big Brother, Gabby Allen joined Love Island Favourite Samira Mighty to praise advocates and charities for their outstanding achievements. Scouse sensations Claire Sweeney, Jennifer Ellison and Marcus Collins also applauded this year’s nominees alongside the cast of Hollyoaks, Emmerdale and Coronation Street in addition to The Gloves are Off presenter Johnny Nelson. 

Sir Lenny Henry CBE, shortlisted nominee for the Celebrity of the Year gong said;

Diversity to me means involving everybody without any discrimination; its means having integrated groups in society, it means fairness and total inclusion and that’s what the National Diversity Awards are about. Congratulations to everyone who has been nominated, you’re all doing a fantastic job, rock on!”

Leading global brand Johnson & Johnson were headline sponsors of the pioneering awards that have paid tribute to over 700 grass root charities and diversity champions since its inception. 

Joining the likes of the Open University, Blackberry, The British Army, Direct Line Group, HSBC Nielsen, MI5, Lush Spa and the Financial Ombudsman, Johnson & Johnson are listed amongst a host of companies recognising diverse talent. 

Clare Lee, Head of Human Resources, Great Britain & Ireland, Johnson & Johnson, said;

“At Johnson & Johnson, we are committed to the values of diversity and inclusion that encourage all employees to use their unique experiences and ideas to create a better, healthier world. We proudly join the National Diversity Awards as a Platinum and Lifetime Achiever Award sponsor. The Awards celebrate “unity” in society and a new generation of role models, and that diversity is about everyone’s unique perspective – all backgrounds, beliefs and range of human experiences – coming together. Through inclusion we create a deep sense of belonging, where people are valued, ideas are heard, and everyone can perform at their best. Johnson & Johnson believes that a strong diversity & inclusion strategy allows us to benefit from the opportunities presented by a diverse world. We are committed to excelling in this area because we know that to succeed, grow and innovate, we need our employee population to reflect the diversity of the world we serve.”

A record 24,584 people nominated this year alone with an astonishing 124 nominees being recognised for their various achievements nationwide. 

Amongst those being commended were the real stars of this show; freedom fighters, domestic violence campaigners and trans rights activists, all of whom work tirelessly to combat injustice without acknowledgement or praise. 

The energy in the room was an intrinsically positive one, with each nominee being extremely supportive of each other. The evening was kicked off by founder of the NDA's Paul Sesay, discussing the importance of the National Diversity Awards and what inspired him to create the ceremony. 

“Each year we witness selfless work being carried out by community groups and role models who do not ask for the thanks and praise that they deserve”. Said Mr Sesay. “It is a privilege to recognise your bravery, resilience and courage.” 

Learn More

If you would like to find out more about all the other nominees and winners than please go check out the national diversity website @ 

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winner of 2018 national diversity award

Jewson's 10K WINNER of building materials

We are so thrilled to tell you that our fabulous supporter and trade man has won


at the JEWSONS AWARD event we were so impressed with the selection of good causes, all were worthy winners and there was a broad selection of different issues that were being tackled mainly by selfless volunteers like us.

a huge congratulations goes out to STEPHEN KEENAN for winning £50,000.00 for his social enterprise for  those suffering from addiction and homelessness and to the other amazing trade hero's Mr Steve Dixon, Mr John Simkins and Mr David Lloyd .

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Autism isolation no more

Little log cabin, Harvest rd Denmead, Hampshire, England , United Kingdom



10:00 – 17:00


10:00 – 17:00


10:00 – 17:00


10:00 – 17:00


10:00 – 17:00


10:00 – 17:00


10:00 – 17:00

By  appointment only, This is to ensure that each individual gets some uninterrupted time to share any thoughts or feelings.