Autism related resources

Our external training team took over our Facebook page for a day and hosted a Q&A on being autistic. This covered changing the narrative around being autistic, Monotropism and focusing on one thing at a time, and reasonable adjustments. Click here to see the full discussion.

This webinar has been created for people to gain a better understanding of what autism is and isn't. Click here to view and find out more.

Here you will find all the resources related to Autism Acceptance Week 2024.

Find information here about our What Is? campaign which ran during Autism Acceptance Week 2023.

Here you will find all the resources related to our Winter Wellness Campaign.

Click here access guides on 'how to use Microsoft Teams' and 'how to access Microsoft Teams'.

This framework describes what is required for supporting autistic people in a range of settings, from those who need a basic understanding of autism, to the skills, knowledge and behaviours required of those who are experts and lead services for autistic people. 

For more information on the Core Capabilities Framework for Supporting Autistic People, visit This link also includes a download for an easy read version.

Please be aware that the following training course is an older resource. While it remains available for its educational value, please note that some of the information, including terminology and diagnostic pathways, may be outdated. To view the e-learning, click here.

Here are a list of useful websites:

To view a list of our partners and other official autistic organisations, click here



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