Autism Support Network Fund

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Organisations and groups that support adults and children with autism spectrum disorder and their families are being invited to pitch for a share of £200,000 funding.

The fund helps people of all ages who are on the autism spectrum to participate in a wide range of activities that will help them to live independently within their communities. It also helps local people to play an active role in promoting and maintaining good mental and physical health for themselves and others.

The funding is a one-off amount from Lincolnshire County Council and South West Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group, and will be managed by Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LPFT).

Projects that are successful in receiving funding will join LPFT’s Autism Support Network, which runs alongside the already established and very successful Managed Care Network, a collection of community groups which offer support and various activities to help keep people living well in their communities.

Applications open on 2 September and the deadline for submissions is 3pm on 10 October 2019.

For more details about the Autism Support Network Fund and how to apply, please contact the team on 01529 222 244/245 or email


Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Engagement Officer

Nikki Dudley

T: 01529 222 244


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