Photo from Guardian of the event in San Fernando on Saturday 13th April of activities for the children organised by Naparima Girls High School’s Non Nobis Foundation together with ASTT.

The walk for autism took place last Friday 12th April in Point Fortin. Members from different areas of Trinidad joined in the walk as well as community groups from Point Fortin. At the end of the walk there was a function at the Chin Kit Park with speeches and entertainment.   Read More ...

On behalf of the members of the executive and the families who met and worked with “Freddy” I wish to express our sadness on learning of his passing. Freddy contributed to ASTT’s development and achieved much during his time with us. While a volunteer in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) at   Read More ...

Newsday today begins an examination of the education and services available to those with special needs which has been the subject of debate for several weeks with exchanges between parents, NGOs and the Education Ministry. Given current observances for Autism Awareness Month, we feature Autistic Society secretary Halena Kong Ting   Read More ...

President’s address for the commemoration of World Autism Day 2nd April THEME: Embracing Neurodiversity and Assistive Technologies On behalf of our families I wish to congratulate the team of athletes who recently returned to T&T from the Special Olympics held in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. 57 medals,   Read More ...

Please see flyer more details of the Commemorative Function for World Autism Awareness Day ‘Embracing Neurodiversity and Assistive Technologies’ on Tuesday 2nd April 2019 at 10am at Autism Place.  

Link to ‘Silver Lining’ Video on YouTube