This list is based on personal experience and recommendations from members of our group. This list is not extensive and will be regularly updated.
Autistic Inclusive Meets is a not-for-profit organisation created by autistic people to enable families with autistic children, and autistic individuals to get out into the community and socialise in an accepting, inclusive environment with like-minded peers.
We provide support and advice to families and individuals, promote acceptance of autism through education of the general public, and protect autistic rights by campaigning against autistic mistreatment.
Yellow Ladybugs is an Autistic-led non-government organisation with strong bridges to the community. We are dedicated to the happiness, success and celebration of autistic girls and women. We believe all autistic females deserve to be recognised, valued, accepted and supported in order to realise their full potential. We are committed to shining a light on autistic girls and women through the creation of positive and inclusive experiences for our members, and through advocating for the rights of all autistic females and celebrating their neurodiversity.
An autistic graduate student who blogs about late-diagnosis. She also writes to help give non-autistic people insight about how autistic people perceive the world, and the many ways that neurotypical society is inaccessible to us.
The autistic advocate is a blog packed full of interesting articles written from the autistic perspective.
Infinite Autism offers Consultancy for organisations wishing to engage with Autistic priorities and discover the best ways to support and engage the Autistic people within their organisations and those they support externally. This ranges from NHS, Local Authorities, Charities, public services and the Private Sector.
Infinite Autism offers a variety of training packages for organisations and establishments that wish to understand Autism, recognise the need to understand Autism from an Autistic perspective and recognise the usefulness in developing strategies for supporting Autistic people, in conjunction with Autistic people.
Based in Australia, Kristy offers advice and support around Childhood Behavioural, Autism, Neurodiversity and Family Support. There is also an online learning platform inTune Pathways.
Carly is a British Autism Advocate ,Actress and Presenter who has worked for the inclusion of Autistic women and girls since 2008. Speaking on News channels, Universities, Parliament and was the first British Autistic woman to address the United Nations on Autistic females rights.
The PDA Society is run purely by volunteers, all of whom are parents of children with PDA. We will always try to answer your enquiries as soon as possible, but please bear with us if there is a delay.
Help for Psychology is a team of highly experienced clinicians specialising in the area of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). The core function of the organisation is to offer assessment, diagnosis and support to children, adults and their families with Autism and co-morbid conditions, such as ADHD.
An Autistic led online publication sharing blogs written by Autistic writers from around the world.
IPSEA offers independent legally based advice, support and training to help get the right education for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
SOS!SEN | The Independent Helpline for Special Education Needs - We offer a free, friendly, independent and confidential telephone helpline for parents and others looking for information and advice on Special Educational Needs (SEN).
Not Fine in School is a parent/carer-led organisation set up in response to the growing number of children and young people who struggle with school attendance.
Special Needs Jungle provides parent-centred information, news, special needs resources and informed opinion about SEND - Special education needs and disability, Education, Health and Care Plans, children's physical and mental health including rare disease and SEN politics.
Deeply dedicated to providing the right tools, knowledge, and inspiration to empower Neurodivergent children, teenagers and adults throughout the UK.
Although we cannot fully recommend all that NAS does, the Women and Girls module is a helpful course and is available at a cost of £35 + VAT. Link to course shared. The course lasts approximately 120 minutes and gives valuable insight and a greater understanding of Autistic women and Girls.
ACE-SEN Consultancy based in South Essex Independent special needs consultant offering a service to schools, children and families. I am an experienced specialist teacher, a trainer for ‘The Autism Education Trust’ and a teacher/assessor of dyslexia.