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Mission Statement

Autism Wishes seeks to educate and raise awareness of Autism. We grant wishes to children and adults with Autism and support local Projects that promote the betterness and the wellbeing of those with Autism.

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Walk for Autism Fun Day
16 July 2016 at 12 to 4pm
Wrecsam Rugby Club
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Special thanks …

Special thanks to Alice Dipper, Allyson Bathers and Sarah Crouch for their fantastic efforts in raising £438.18 at their annual event at Airproducts, Acrefair.

Also to James Jackson who entertained us all with Michael Jackson tribute night, Autism wishes managed to collect £191.34 with different activities on the night. Thanks to all that attended and worked so hard.

Recent wishes granted …

Kyle Nuttall Slater wished for an I pad to download apps and to facetime Mum.

Fatima Butt wished for a laptop to watch her films and help her do her school work.

Ryu Pinnington wished for a summer house so that he could have his own space and calm down.

Henry D’arcy asked for a playstation 4 so that he could interact with his friends.

Rocco and Jayden Hart wished for tablets to help them concentrate and aid speech and language.

Leon Butler asked for a laptop to develop his interest in annimations and help him concentrate.

Charlie Bird wished for a tablet to encourage him to go out on social situations as he does not like going places.

Luke Chugg wishes for a keyboard as his interests are playing music.

Finley Pankhurst wanted a climbing frame for his garden as he likes being high up and having his own space.

Tommy Coviington wished for something to play with in the garden and chose a climbing and swing combo.

Corey Edgecome had his wish of a tablet so that he could play his favourite game, mine craft and create his own films.

Adam Bareham had his wish for a laptop to do some coding! Also to watch YouTube and mine craft.

Gracy Williams asked for a Wendy house so that she can have her own space and wanted to have one like her friend.

Leo and Oliver Draper asked for a computer as they excel in computer programmes at school, they also received a tablet so that there will be space for both to play.

Daniel Pennington – Duck had a wish for a trampoline to help him with sensory stimulation and coordination. Daniel loves his garden as he gets anxious when going out, it will also benefit his health and get rid of some energy that may help with is sleep.

Mohammed Hussain asked for a tablet as he has severe speech and language difficulties. A tablet will help hi to communicate verbally through educational apps and you tube videos.

Kai Lawrence wanted a tablet as he loves anything electrical. This will enable him to play his favourite game of mine craft and watch you tube videos.

Jayden Harrison wished for a tablet to watch videos and play games as he had broken his. The tablet helps him destress.

Shanade Hill wanted a tablet as her brother had one and would not share! This would make her feel special.

Matt Wolf is homeless and finds it difficult to socialise. His day centre thought a tablet would help him as he could play games and watch videos in peace and give him some independence.

Abigail Wiggins needed things to make her room inviting so that she can go to when feeling anxious. She had a bean bag, CD player and bubble lamp.

Mathew Stroud wished for a gaming chair as he has built his own computer. He does not ask for a lot but wanted a black and red chair.

Alvin Phagami wanted a tablet to play games and watch you tube. His tablet will be a distraction when he gets frustrated and to give him more independence.

Ryan Dickens wanted PlayStation as he struggles in social situations. His friend has a computer and Ryan would b able to share his own with his friend.

Jack Holleworth wishes to go and see Lion King in London as he had enjoyed the experience at panto over Christmas.

Muhammad Ibrahim wished for a tablet to help calm him down at times of stress. He can also learn and develop new skills that will help with his education.

Dexter Dawson wished for a6 foot bubble tube as he loves the one they hire from the library. Dexter is highly stimulated and the bubbles help him relax.

Elizabeth Goldie wished for a summer house in her garden as she spends all her time in her bedroom, the house will help her get out and enjoy some fresh air.

Karl Morris wished for a Gohstbusters firehouse headquarters from Lego as he enjoys building with Lego when he feels stressed and anxious.

Christian Summers wished for an army tank experience so that he can feel and enjoy the movement and move the gears. He loves anything to do with the army.

Darcie Turner-Smith wished for a vegetable planter as she has tortoises that eat her vegetables! Hopefully Darcie may be encouraged to eat the vegetables that she grows.

Chloe Winsley wished to go and see Disneys frozen on ice as she loves anything ‘Frozen’. Her dream will come true.

Nathan Sharp wished for items for his garden, a windy day set, tidy garden set and a butterfly garden. Nathan loves visiting sensory gardens, now he can have his own.

Ashton Henderson needed a trampoline as he found the garden boring. A trampoline would make a huge difference for Nathan.

Jake, Jemma and Ellie Whiteside wished for a Lego table to encourage them to play nicely together. They were also granted a big bucket of Lego to enjoy.

Tyler Jay Getchell wished for a trip to Chester zoo as he loves animals. Nathan was given a mere cat experience that he, Mum and Nana could enjoy.