If you or someone you care for has a learning difficulty or learning disability, you’ll find extensive information and advice on this site.
An independent practice offering counseling and psychotherapy with experienced, dedicated psychotherapists and licensed psychologists to children, adolescents and adults. Since each individual and family is unique, our treatment strategies are tailored to address that uniqueness and help you get on the road to healing and growth. Effective psychotherapy is empowering.
We Aperger folks are often told we are horrible knots while the rest of the world is straight string. Well I am here to tell you that you have beautiful minds and if you just step back and get different a point of view then I promise that you will see that you are made of not a single ugly knot but made of thousands upon thousands of knots that form a beautiful mosaic of lace! This site celebrates YOU!
The idea of this web site is to help anyone who needs some help or support with a child or adult with the condition Asperger Syndrome in the UK.
AT-Autism is a training and consultancy organization dealing with all aspects of autism and related neurodevelopmental conditions. We offer specialist advice and support to individuals, families, professionals and organizations in the UK and internationally.
We are the major UK network of specialist autism charities. Together, we support many thousands of people with autism, including more than 2,000 adults in residential homes, and thousands more through our outreach services. We run schools for children with autism, and we train our own staff as well as staff in the public and private sectors.
Provides a range of services to enable people with autism to live as independently as possible and experience choice and inclusion in society.
As a leading autism charity we exist to ensure people with autism can live their lives with dignity, choice and independence. We provide help and support to families and individuals affected by autism from across Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, surrounding counties and beyond.
The Autism in Pink project is an innovative EU-funded partnership between four European autism organiZations which has been set up to carry out research into autism in women. It will look into the prevalence of autism amongst women in the participating countries, and assess the competences and needs of women with autism, in order to provide support and education both for women on the spectrum and for their parents, carers and teachers, as well as social care and health professionals.
Founded in the early 1970s in the Merseyside region, Autism Initiatives remains a parent-led charity. We are a founder member of the Autism Alliance and connected with regional and national autism networks and strategy groups across the UK and in Ireland.
With more than 35 years as recognized experts in the treatment of Autism, Autism Partnership’s leadership team are the Original Autism Pioneers™. Our senior staff started their work together back in the 1970’s at the UCLA Young Autism Project. Under the mentoring of Autism Pioneer Dr. Ivar Lovaas, John McEachin, Ron Leaf, Mitch Taubman, Tracee Parker, Sandy Slater and Andi Waks learned their profession. Our treatment team offers you a scientifically proven methodology individualized to maximize your child’s progress.
We are the leading charity in the West Midlands for people with autism. We use our passion and expertise to enrich the lives of people with autism and those who love and care for them. Our passionate, expert staff and volunteers work across all age groups and abilities, providing direct support to people with autism.
Bridging the Silos: Autistics and Menopause is a research partnership between autistic advocates and academics studying experiences of menopause by autistic people in Canada and the UK. To be eligible for Phase 1 of their study, you must live in Canada or the UK, be autistic, AND have gone through the menopause OR think you are going through it now.
A UK charity which both funds and campaigns for medical research to understand the causes of autism, improve diagnosis, and develop new treatments and interventions.
The British Academy of Childhood Disability (BACD) is an organisation for professionals working in the field of childhood disability in the UK.
The group operates as an affiliate group of the British Association of Community Child Health, a specialty group of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, and as the UK branch of the European Academy of Childhood Disability.