SaS Donate iPads

ST HELENS Autism Support (SaS) have donated iPads to children in the town who suffer from the condition.

As part of World Autism Awareness Day, the charity presented the items to Vincent Clarke and Marcus Strong at Sutton Manor Community Primary School.

The tablets will benefit the children in their learning and development and the plan is donate more in the next few months.

Saints have always been a supporter of SaS and Paul Wellens and CEO Mike Rush, who is patron of the charity, met the boys at the School.

SaS sponsored Saints’ clash with Wakefield last season and the club supported its ‘Three Saints’ annual charity bike ride.

A group of hardy cyclists covered 280 miles to take in Southampton FC and Northampton RU before finally arriving home four days later at Langtree Park.

World Autism Awareness Day (April 2) was also marked at the World of Glass by St. Helens Council who held a special event to highlight what it does in the community.

It featured information, advice and examples of the work they do in schools, care services and partners in the voluntary and Community Sector.

They then hosted a training event which was designed for professionals and individuals with Autism, as well as parents, carers and volunteers.

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