Local Autism Directory

Further information about the Local Autism Directory

How to be included on the Local Autism Directory

To find the Autism Research Network pages please click here.

Autism Research Network

Useful step by step guides to accessing services

Local Autism Directory Partners

 

More information about the Local Autism Directory (LAD)

The LAD is a direct response to people’s request for a one-stop-shop of information across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. It will help to connect the autism community, professionals, employers and service providers and help them access autism information all in one easy place. The LAD will provide information about many local issues including support groups, activities, schools, employment, housing, developments taking place across the county and neighbouring regions. It also has clear and simply written autism research articles to help people stay up to date with new approaches and helpful information.

The Local Autism Directory has been commissioned by SHIP Adult Services and Health and developed by Autism Hampshire. It is very much a combined approach to deliver information and support to people affected by autism.

To download an information sheet about the Local Autism Directory, please click here.

 

Want to be added to the Local Autism Directory? To make a request to be added to the Local Autism Directory or make changes to your entry, please click on the link to download the change and entry request form pdf or change and entry request word documentand send it to:

Community Access - Autism Hampshire, 
Suite 1c, Fairways House, Mount Pleasant Road, Southampton, SO14 0QB, Tel: 023 8063 3951, Email: autismdirectory@autismhampshire.org.uk 

Helpful information:

'Guidelines - Local Autism Directory new entry and change request form' and 'Search Tips and Frequently asked Questions'.

 On behalf of all of the commissioners of this Directory and Autism Hampshire, I hope that the Directory is useful to you and that if you would like to add any further resources to the Directory then do let us know. The Directory will be launched on the 25th November 2013 and with everyone’s support and input will grow into an invaluable resource for the local autism community”. –   Autism Hampshire

 As information contained within the Local Autism Directory is provided by third parties, Autism Hampshire shall under no circumstances be liable for the accuracy of the information contained within the Local Autism Directory, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, for any loss of profit, or any indirect or consequential loss or harm arising from the content within the Directory. 

 

Step by Step Guides

HOW TO SUPPORT PEOPLE WITH AUTISM: download a useful guide created by the Department of Health

HOUSING; download a useful guide to accessing local housing services Housing Advice Guide.

EMPLOYMENT; National Autistic Society/Department for Work and Pensions guide for employing people with autism - Untapped Talent

 


 Local Autism Directory Partners

The local Autism Directory is commissioned by and has been developed in partnership with these agencies and services.