- ADASS: ADASS is the association of directors of adult social services in England.
We are a charity and the association aims to further the interests of people in need of social care by promoting high standards of social care services and influencing the development of social care legislation and policy.
- Aukids Magazine: AuKids is a quarterly print magazine providing information, encouragement and support for parents of children with autism spectrum conditions (ASC). Innovative, uplifting, and fun, we also aim to educate society at large that autism should be seen as a difference rather than a disability.
- Auticon: Auticon is an award-winning IT B2B consulting business. All Auticon Consultants are on the autism spectrum.
- Autism & ADHD: Autism & ADHD is a Social Enterprise based in Suffolk, providing Support, Information, Training and Activities.
- Autism Animated: At Autism Animated, we are an inclusive community of people with autism, caretakers, relatives, therapists, researchers and advocates of all ages who are coming together to share friendship, articles, resources, blogs, personal experiences, and discussion. The site was launched by Gary Jesch, the founder of Invirtua.
- Autism Eye: Autism Eye is edited by Gillian Loughran and its publisher is Gillian’s husband, Mark Hayes. Not only are they both award-winning magazine editors and writers with years of experience in the UK publishing business, but they are also the parents of Finn, their beloved son, who has autism.
- Autism Parenting Magazine: Autism Parenting Magazine gives your family access to:
Expert advice from our team of respected professionals.
Solutions for dealing with sensory issues.
Advice for handling transitions.
Therapies to help develop your child's potential.
The latest news and research that can help your family.
Real life stories from parents of children on the spectrum as well as from adults with autism to inspire and bring hope.
- Autistica: Autistica is a charity which both funds and campaigns for medical research to understand the causes of autism, improve diagnosis, and develop new treatments.
- AS Mentoring: AS Mentoring was launched in 2013 by a small team who had spent several years working together as core staff of Prospects, the National Autistic Society’s specialist employment service. Over the years our team has continued to grow allowing us to meet the increasing demand for AS Mentoring's specialist coaching and mentoring.
Our collective experience has given us a detailed understanding of the needs of job-seekers and employees with Autism Spectrum Conditions, of the parallel needs of employers, and a deeply-rooted commitment to a programme of workplace inclusion which aligns and addresses the two.
- ASPIE: ASPIE is a social self-help and motivation group for adults with Asperger’s Syndrome (Aspies). We provide a centre in Worcester where Aspies feel welcome and accepted.
- BFK Autism: Raising awareness and funds for the care of Adults with Autism.
- Birmingham Museums: Birmingham Museums provide a fascinating glimpse into Birmingham's rich and vibrant past and showcase world class museum collections.
- Caring 4 Our Kids: We are a group of parents who have children on the Autism Spectrum or who suffer from inflammatory diseases such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or Fibromyalgia. Recent studies suggest a link between these conditions. We each know how overwhelming it can be when your child is first diagnosed. As well, we understand the daily struggle as well as the joys of raising these very special children. We have come together to curate and create resources that have been helpful to us in the hopes that these will help other parents struggling to care for and to help their children thrive.
- Centre for Research in Autism & Education (CRAE) : The Centre for Research in Autism and Education (CRAE) is a partnership between the UCL Institute of Education (IOE), University College London, the leading centre for education and social research in the UK, and Ambitious about Autism, the national charity for children and young people with autism.
The Centre was established in 2009 with the help of generous initial donations from The Clothworkers’ Foundation, Pears Foundation, and Kirby Laing Foundation.
- Christina Adams: Christina Adams is an American award-winning writer, journalist, author and speaker. She and her work have been featured by National Public Radio, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, LA Times Magazine, Gulf News, Khaleej Times, Dubai One, GOOD, Open Democracy, OZY, Autism File, Global Advances in Health and Medicine, WebMD and more. Her book A Real Boy (Berkley/Penguin) reveals the world of autism and her son’s early intervention. Her series “Autism and Beyond” airs on Autism Live at www.autism-live.com. An expert on autism and camel milk, she advises families and scientists from many countries and enjoys connecting with people from all cultures.
- Different Brains.: Different Brains is a community where those interested in neurodiversity can share their stories, learn about new ideas, and find resources. Most importantly, it is a POSITIVE environment where we can spread our message: that some of us have brains that work a little differently, and that's ok!
- Fixers: The website of young people [Fixers] using their past to fix the future. ... Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.
- I Can Work - A Works Skills Curriculum for Special Needs Programs: Angie Mahoney, M.Ed., is currently a special education case manager at Rogers Park Middle School in Danbury, Connecticut. Angie has worked with students of all ages in a variety of settings for the past thirteen years. Her career includes a tenure at a private school where she worked with over seventy-five middle school and high school-aged students on a weekly basis, running an inclusion-based elementary program for students with autism, as well as co-teaching core academic classes as part of a team comprised of fellow middle school educators.
- Living Autism: We find autism services, autism advice and autism support.
- National Autism Center: The National Autism Center is May Institute’s Center for the Promotion of Evidence-based Practice. It is a nonprofit organization dedicated to disseminating evidence-based information about the treatment of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), promoting best practices, and offering comprehensive and reliable resources for families, practitioners, and communities.
- National Autistic Society: We are the leading UK charity for people on the autism spectrum (including Asperger syndrome) and their families. We provide information, support and pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for people with autism.
- Psych Perceptions: Psych Perceptions Psychologists & Counselling.
- Sky Academy: We believe that every young person has potential; they just need the right opportunities to unlock it. Sky Academy works with young people from primary school right through to starting their career, using the passion we share for TV, creativity or sport, to build skills and experience.
Skills Studios is a unique learning experience that takes schools behind the scenes at Sky.
- The Prince's Trust: The Prince's Trust is a youth charity that helps change young lives.
- Therapy Directory: We promote the benefits of complementary therapy and aim to give visitors all the information they need to help them make an informed decision about whether therapy would be right for them.
- 4Talent: 4Talent develops and supports new talent with exclusive insights and opportunities from the worlds of film, TV, radio, new media and beyond.
- ZMB Consulting - Behaviour Education Services: ZMB Consulting - Behaviour Education Services.
- Company Number: 8524515