Ambitious about Autism’s Youth Council is a group of autistic 16-25 year olds who meet at least four times a year to discuss and plan campaigns, events and consultations.
The Youth Council make sure that all the work we do at Ambitious about Autism reflects the views and needs of autistic children and young people.
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