Who we are
Our trainees say…
“Coming to Steps make me less afraid to make new friends and to be friends with teachers. I like that I’m less scared when trying the new things. In the future, I’d like to work in Japan. I want to work in a super market in Tokyo.” – Pin, Vocational Training Programme, Bangkok.
How can we help you?
Are you the parent of someone with a neurodivergence – such as autism, a business trying to diversify your workforce, or a volunteer looking for a new opportunity? Whoever you are, we want to connect with you.
I’m a parent or carer
Find out more about whether your child is eligible to join our training programmes in Bangkok or Phuket, how to enrol, and our fees.
I run a business
I work for a school
Blogs and news from Steps
Our campaign for change
Change doesn’t just happen. We have to take action to build a more inclusive world. Learn more about our #stepupwithsteps pledge campaign.
Who says anyone’s needs are special?
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