Useful Links

A list of links to sites which may be of interest

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“Autscape is a conference with a difference. Rather than talking to a primarily non-autistic audience about autism, this conference is specifically by and for autistic people.”

Providing bespoke training and consultancy services in education, social care and health with a specialism in autism.

AutAngel is a community interest company run by and for autistic people. Currently we are able to offer talks and trainings by suitably qualified and experienced autistic presenters in various parts of the country. We are hoping to extend our offerings in the not too distant future.

Website of Caroline Hearst Autistic trainer: Training from an insider perspective.

“My name is Wenn Lawson and I am autistic.” Personal account website.

Autism Network International

“Autism Network International, an autistic-run self-help and advocacy organization for autistic people.

“Aspies for freedom: This site has autism forums, aspergers forums, autism chat room, articles and lots of information in the autism wiki. Anyone can join, and members of the autism parents community are welcome.”

“Wrong Planet is a web community designed for individuals (and parents of those) with Asperger’s Syndrome, Autism, ADHD, and other PDDs.”

“Donna Williams Personal account website”

“Temple Grandin, Ph.D., is inarguably the most accomplished and well-known adult with autism in the world.”

“The Equality and Human Rights Commission champions equality and human rights for all, working to eliminate discrimination, reduce inequality, protect human rights and to build good relations, ensuring that everyone has a fair chance to participate in society.”

“National autistic society”

“Scottish Autism, since 1968 the leading provider in Scotland of services and support for people with Autism Spectrum condition.”

“Practical tips and real-life reflections on life as an autistic adult.”