This page lists our latest news, so it's your first stop in finding out what's new. Please use the links at the top of the page to navigate around our site. If you want to learn a little more about us then why not take a look at our About page?
To fully access our services, please register with us - you can read all about the different types of registration here. All registrations are free of charge.
We're a registered charity committed to supporting families affected by Autism and other disabilities.
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If you are a parent or a carer of a child or children with additional needs then you might like to register with us so that you can take part in days out and other events.
Meeting Dates & Indoor Adventure Play dates 2015
2015 Parent / Carer meeting dates for Harlow and Bishops Stortford with guest speakers from varying agencies including Families in Focus, Grove Cottage and Essex Cares.
PACT for Autism are delighted to announce a new 'Talks Service' as part of our on-going plans to deliver high quality and inspirational Autism Talks to both parents and professionals.
PACT for Autism sends out a not-so-regular newsletter, we don't bombard you with stuff - just an email now and then to let you know what's up!
Sainsbury's Charity Partner Status
PACT for Autism are delighted to announce that Sainsbury's Harlow Store have chosen our charity as their new Local Charity Partner.
Nursery Staff Praised
A children's nursery in Harlow is celebrating winning an award in recognition of its work with youngsters with autism.
Sky Dive for us!
Take on an adrenaline challenge for PACT for Autism and help us to continue our valuable work supporting families with children and adults affected by Autism and similar disorders.
Fundraise while you shop!
We've registered with Easy Fundraising to make donating to PACT for Autism easy, and it doesn't cost you a penny!
About Us: A Video
PACT for Autism is a registered charity (1148170), run by staff, local volunteer parents and professionals.