About the LAPB
The Lincolnshire Autism Partnership Board (LAPB) aims to improve support for autistic people.
It includes local authorities, health providers, police, charities, schools, families, carers and individuals. We want to ensure that:
- autistic people are respected and understood by their community
- people know about autism, so that autistic people are treated fairly
- autistic people live a fulfilling life and can get support if needed
The board meets four times a year and is responsible for delivering Lincolnshire's All-Age Autism Strategy.
The Lincolnshire Autistic Society, have developed a site for anyone looking for information and support about autism.
The society is dedicated to building awareness and understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorders [ASD] (and conditions related to Autism). They aim to help improve the quality of life and outcomes for children and adults, their parents and carers living with ASD.