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.
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.
Autism Understood is a website about autism, for autistic young people. The website was created by Spectrum Gaming, a registered charity. Spectrum Gaming is a community for autistic young people.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
An independent special school for children aged between 3½ years and 19 years of age.
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.
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.
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.
Formed in 1989 by a group of concerned parents and professionals. We are a registered charity in N Ireland. PAPA seeks to ensure that people within the Autistic Spectrum and their carers have access to appropriate services, enabling people with Autism to be valued members of their community.
Parents for Inclusion is a network of parents of disabled children and children with ‘special needs’. In our families and as an organization we have worked together with disabled people to build inclusive communities in ordinary life, where all people are truly welcome.
UK’s largest online autism community. We have a team of moderators – and it’s friendly – our community is supportive and welcoming to new members. You can discuss anything related to autism.