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Autism Resources in United Kingdom

Organizations, tools and resources for individuals with Autism and ASD (Asperger’s), and their caregivers in the United Kingdom, UK.

British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD)

BILD is the British Institute of Learning Disabilities. We want people with learning disabilities to be valued equally, participate fully in their communities and be treated with dignity and respect.

Colour Se7en

Colour-se7en is a point of reference on the World Wide Web for information on the subject of Asperger Syndrome and other Autistic Spectrum related disorders, my aim is to create more public awareness on this seemingly little known and talked about subject. The name for the web site came about after much thought about the Autistic spectrum its range and complexity, together with the structure of an everyday rainbow, bringing its own complexity and spectrum with many different hues and shades of one colour.

Dr. Geoff Thorley (UK)

Dr Thorley is a Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychologist and Neuropsychologist  providing assessment and therapy services for young adults up to the age of 21 years.

Handsel Trust

An independent social enterprise working through England and Wales. Our aim is to work to help improve services and support for the families of children with disabilities. We do not have a remit to work with individual families but instead, our role is to work with the practitioners who work with the families.

Happy Kids Holidays

A non profit making association (1901) aimed at supporting families with children and teenagers with Autistic Spectrum Disorders who want to come on holiday in France.

Hillingdon Manor School

An independent special school for children aged between 3½ years and 19 years of age.

Hope for Autism in North Lanarkshire (UK)

Our Mission is to develop specialist services for young people with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder and those who care for them in North Lanarkshire and to encourage a better understanding of the condition.

Kent Autistic Trust

Providing support for individuals on the autism spectrum for over 20 years. Services are accredited by the National Autistic Society.

Keys for Learning

We use a range of techniques, underpinned by the evidence-based principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), to teach skills that are underdeveloped. Target areas include communication, play skills, social skills, adaptive living skills and school skills.

Learning Disability (UK)

Provides information, education, resources, advocacy and services for those working with adults with learning disabilities. Their service is for those who have an active interest in promoting equality of opportunity and social inclusion for people with learning disabilities.

Learning Disability.co.uk

We provide professionally recognized courses for the the Health & Social Care Sectors for Social Workers, Nurses, AMHPs, BIAs and Care & Support Workers. Please contact us for our standard and bespoke training packages.

Linwood School (Bournemouth)

Welcomes pupils from a wide geographical area and support a comprehensive range of Special Educational Needs. The range of needs includes moderate, severe and profound learning difficulties and pupils with autistic spectrum disorders.

Little Nut Tree Toys (UK)

As well as an exciting online store, Little Nut Tree Toys is also a fantastic resource for parents and carers of children. We have a play ideas and advice area with hints and tips for play activities to keep children entertained plus a community chat area where you can talk to other parents and make new friends.

Logan Technologies Ltd.

Dedicated to bringing you easy to use, reliable and robust low to mid-tech AAC devices you can use out of the box.

Maxine Aston (B.Sc. Honours Psychology) Conventry, UK

Specializes in counselling individuals, couples or families who are affected by Asperger Syndrome. As parents of children who are diagnosed with AS, we understand how essential is it that families of children diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome and related disorders, educators who teach children with AS,  professionals  working with individuals diagnosed with AS,  and individuals with AS who are seeking support, have access to information.