We donate to Early Action for Autism

Date: Thursday 07 February 2019

NEWS - TWST - Action for Autism

As part of the donation box scheme which is running at its Greenhill Gardens development in Sussex, our South Thames team has gifted £250 to Early Action for Autism. Visitors to the development’s Sales Information Centre in Haywards Heath are encouraged to vote for one of three local causes to receive a monetary donation from the regional team every month. Early Action for Autism recently received the most votes from the local community and have been announced as the latest winners.

Run by two qualified Behaviour Analysts and a Board Certified Assistant Behaviour Analyst, Early Action for Autism is a centre for children with Autism and related developmental disorders. The charity provides specialist one-on-one therapy, programme consultation and training for parents of children with autism so that they can be confident in teaching their children at home. The centre, based in Haywards Heath, offers a safe, motivating and fun environment for children with autism where the team can fully assess and address the unique needs of each child.

Commenting on Taylor Wimpey’s donation Leila Stayton-Dyke, Co-founder of Early Action for Autism, said: “We cannot thank Taylor Wimpey enough for this donation. We rely on the support of goodwill gestures to continue our services and help children across the community who have autism. It’s brilliant to see a large business like Taylor Wimpey support small, local groups like us, and I would like to say a big thank you for this funding.”

Louise Adams, Sales Manager at Taylor Wimpey South Thames, said: “We are always delighted to offer support to the local communities in which we are building and our monthly donation box scheme is a great way for local people to tell us which causes they would like to see receive a donation from us. We have no doubt that Early Action for Autism will put our funding to good use and we would like to thank everyone who took the time to vote for them.”