Welcome to the official website for Leeds Autism Services (LAS)
Leeds Autism Services are a charity which provides support to adults on the autism spectrum REGISTERED CHARITY NO 1047981Read More
What We Do
Find out all about what we do here at Leeds Autism Services and how we help adults with autism spectrum conditions and Asperger’sRead More
Welcome to the official website for Leeds Autism Services (LAS) - A service for adults with Autism in Leeds.
Founded in 1988 as a Christian foundation charity, Leeds Autism Services aims to provide excellence in services to people with autism. The original provision was our residential home, Ashlar House. This was followed in 1995 by the opening of day services, offering a whole variety of skills to people on the autism spectrum. In 2013 our day services were changed to LAS Vocational and Community Services (VACS) in order to reflect the large range of individualized services we offer which includes day services, community outreach, access to work and education, behaviour support, training and consultancy. We offer support ranging from 2hrs per week to 24hrs per day, 365 days a year. Our residential and VACS services are accredited by the National Autistic Society who provide us with a unified standard of excellence and a systematic framework for continuous self-examination and development.
LAS believes in equal opportunities and our services are open to all.
Leeds Autism Services 28 Grape Street, Hunslet, Leeds, LS10 1BX A COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE – REG NO 3063465, REGISTERED CHARITY NO 1047981
LAS Mission Statement:
“Our mission is to provide and develop a range of services for adults on the autism spectrum which are specialised, innovative, of high quality and well resourced; we continually seek to improve models of good practice which are delivered by a highly trained staff team.”
Latest News and Events
To support the Three Peaks Challenge in aid of Leeds Autism Services, please visit: Our Virgin Mo…Read More
Thursday 31st March 2016 Dewsbury Golf Club was host to a fantastic evening Question of League or Un…Read More
World Autism Awareness Day was celebrated with dance at the White Rose Shopping centre at the weeken…Read More