AC4SE’s office reopens after lockdown

The Autism Centre for Supported Employment has reopened its office this week, with staff returning to their normal place of work. Changes have been made to the working environment to support social distancing measures and keep staff and clients safe. AC4SE looks forward to welcoming clients back over the coming weeks. About AC4SE The Autism…

AC4SE: CORVID-19 update

The Autism Centre for Supported Employment Coronavirus Update In light of government guidelines, we are unfortunately reducing our service for the foreseeable future.  We will be closing the office, although we will be monitoring emails and phone calls from home and attending only necessary meetings with clients. If you need to contact us, please phone…

AC4SE seeks placement opportunities for people with Autism

The Autism Centre for Supported employment is urgently seeking work experience placements for adults. Placements are desired for people with Autism in areas such as Admin, Kitchen, Hotel, Animal Care, Cleaning and Retail. If you are an employer who can offer a placement, or knows someone who can, please get in touch with AC4SE. Contact…

Sensory Friendly Days from Tues 2 Apr at the National Emergency Services Museum

The National Emergency Services Museum is to offer Sensory Friendly Days on the first Tuesday of each month from 2nd April. The new opening days, arranged in conjunction with the Autism Centre for Supported Employment, are designed to be suitable for people with Autism. For further details, please consult the flyer below: Contact details Email:…

New Sheffield premises for Autism Centre for Supported Employment

The Autism Centre for Supported Employment, a charity which aims to help people with autism into the labour market, is moving to new premises in the centre of Sheffield. From Wednesday 13th February, the centre is moving from the Old Fire Station at West Bar to the following address: Office 0-3-13, Courtwood House, Silver Street…