The values invested in the MAIN brand reflect our people, the way we like to do things and set out our intentions about the culture on which we will move forward and grow.

Got the t-shirt, and proud to wear it.
“Through the journeys we’ve each taken with our own family, we all have first hand experience of living with Autism. We’ve been through the hard times and experienced the positives that come out of embracing our situation and turning it into something positive. These experiences are what drives us to share what we’ve learned and to help others”.

More than just a number.
“Because we know that every person is different, we work with you to make sure we offer reassurance and advice at any stage that’s personally designed for you. Whether this is on a day to day basis or less frequently as children grow up we’re always on hand to help”.

A trusted friend.
“A trusted friend is someone who never lets you down. As a family, we welcome everyone with open arms. We love making sure that those we work with feel comfortable and at ease around us. We know from first hand experience that a shoulder to cry on or a place to vent frustrations is the most valuable thing a friend can offer. The trust we share within our family comes from our shared knowledge of Autism. The experiences we’ve gone through are shared with everyone. To do this shows how we trust each other and those we work with.”

Willing to give it a go.
“Because the world is always changing we constantly adapt what we do and how we do it so that it always feels fresh and new. We love exploring new ways to support and embrace emerging methods.” Heart on our sleeve. “With our experience and knowledge we’re brave enough to know what is right and to stand up for you and your family. We’re in your corner.”

Always up for a laugh.
“None of what we do would be possible without the injection of fun into everything we do. From workshops to play groups we’ve always got a smile on our faces. Whilst we understand that living with Autism can be difficult we have learned over time, to find humour and fun in everything we do. Trust us, we can look back on our own personal journeys and laugh at what were, at the time, the most difficult challenges to overcome.”

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