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A charity set up by golfing legend Ernie Els to help people with autism is making it easier for people on the spectrum to play the game in Jersey.
Els for Autism has developed a programme designed to build self-esteem and confidence in individuals with an autism spectrum disorder.
And Autism Jersey has also played its part in bringing the programme to the island.
“The programme is infused with evidence-based practices for teaching golf to individuals with an autism spectrum disorder and is designed to build self-esteem and confidence in a fun, welcoming and supportive environment,” said Paul Sullivan, Autism Jersey director of Services.
Read more at: http://www.thegolfbusiness.co.uk/2018/06/golf-is-being-used-to-help-people-with-autism/