Fresh new look for Altogether Autism website
We’re very excited about the new Altogether Autism website which has gone live this week.
It’s the result of months of work which started at last year’s Altogether Autism conference with a workshop led by communications manager Mary Anne Gill.
She and the team wanted to know what the autism community thought of the old website and what needed to be changed.
Just over a year later, we’ve delivered it.
Feedback from our autism community has helped us design a website that is easier to navigate, while still keeping Altogether Autism’s distinctive colours.
There are articles for people on the autism spectrum, for families/whānau and for professionals.
Plus we’ve placed them into the four life stages: early childhood, primary aged, teenagers and adulthood.
The new Information Hub is packed full of resources and topics.
But don’t take our word for it, check it out for yourself.
We would love your feedback, contact details are on the site.
Plus, we have a surprise coming in the next month – a request made at the conference which we thought would take us at least another year but we can bring this to you this month.
Altogether Autism is a free, nationwide autism spectrum information and advisory service provided as a partnership between Life Unlimited Charitable Trust and Parent to Parent New Zealand.