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Axcis Education continues sponsorship of the National Autistic Society

cropped-axcis-logo-final-squareAxcis Education, the UK leader in special education needs recruitment, has today announced its continued partnership with The National Autistic Society for a further two years, as well as continued exclusive sponsorship of Network Autism. The network is the charity’s vital online service created to bring autism professionals together across over 12 professional sectors and from 90 countries.

Part of the Axcis sponsorship will include support for events, conferences and training across numerous activities organised by the charity, including the highly acclaimed Network Autism and My World National Autistic Society Education Campaign. Both initiatives have been integral to affecting change and creating essential support for children on the autism spectrum in schools and specialist services across the UK.

In addition, 2016 will be the sixth year in succession for Axcis to headline sponsor the National Autistic Society’s Professional Conference and the Autism Professional Awards.

As Paul Gold, Axcis Education Executive Chairman, explains:

“We are proud to be a corporate sponsor of the National Autistic Society and delighted by the news of the sponsorship continuation. Both organisations are pleased to see the positive impact our work is having on the lives of autistic people and their families. We are very proud of the long standing relationship we have with the charity and look forward to the positive continuation of our sponsorship in the years to come.”

PrintMark Lever, Chief Executive of the National Autistic Society says:

“We are delighted that Axcis Education has committed to a further two year partnership with the National Autistic Society. We’ve had a very successful partnership for six years and their support for our conferences and other activities allows us to share knowledge and best practice amongst autism professionals and to raise awareness and understanding of autism amongst teaching staff. There is an excellent fit between our charity’s work to improve autism practice and that of Axcis Education, and we’re very much looking forward to continuing our partnership over the coming two years.”