Duke of Edinburgh’s Award

Supported Duke of Edinburgh’s Bronze Award

For autistic young people between 14 and 24

The D of E is a life-changing adventure you don’t want to miss.

It’s about going the extra mile ­– learning new skills for work and life, getting fitter, helping others, and exploring the countryside. Millions of young people in the UK have already done their DofE.

Triple A have tailored this specific course to enable autistic young people in Cumbria to achieve their bronze Duke of Edinburgh award, through fun and challenging activities to help develop social and practical skills.

If you’re aged between 14 and 25, or know somebody who is, and reside in the Eden/Ullswater area get in touch with Triple A to join on one of our fully supported Duke of Edinburgh Award programmes tailored to the needs of young people with autism.


“I really enjoyed the Duke of Edinburgh award. I enjoyed making new friends and seeing one of my friends outside of school. I kept an eye on people who were struggling and I especially enjoyed the Leaders company.”

“The Leader took me every Tuesday afternoon to the gym. We completed exercise and did circuit training. I enjoyed the gym. I might try to go by myself when I’m older.”

“I made a blog for my skill all about my favourite interest: Marvel. I found it interesting and definitely learned new skills.”