To all customers, we regret to announce that Makers will close as of 17th March 2020 in light of the most recent UK and Scottish Governments official guidance around COVID-19. The health, safety and wellbeing of our staff and individuals we support is our priority. Makers will remain closed until further notice and will re-open as soon as possible, following government recommendations. Many thanks, Scottish Autism

Autistic artists have a space to showcase their talents and creativity.

We offer an inclusive work environment for autistic people and individuals with learning disabilities who would otherwise lack opportunities to thrive in a workplace setting.

About Us
About Us

Makers is Scottish Autism’s community hub delivering day and vocational opportunities for autistic people aged 16 +  and individuals with learning disabilities.

The project houses a community cafe, shop and gallery and kitchen garden. We will also host a rolling programme of activities and learning opportunities for the people that access this community space.

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Our Social Aims
Our Social Aims

Makers aspires to generate better local and social outcomes across Forth Valley for autistic people and individuals with learning disabilities, and the local communities we engage with.

We offer an inclusive work environment for autistic people and individuals with learning disabilities, where they can overcome barriers to involvement and engage in confidence-building workplace experiences.

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News From Makers
News From Makers

The Makers team would like to invite you to visit our new cafe and community hub in the heart of Alloa.

Anthea Coulter, Business Manager at CTSI has been delighted to back the new venture, “Makers has a special place in the hearts of people in Alloa and Clackmannanshire. We are absolutely delighted to have been able to support Scottish Autism in helping them plan for this new venture and hope that the local community will give it the very best of support as it sets out on a new journey”

 

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