Understanding and Dealing with the challenges of Autism

Autism Organisations

 Autism Awareness        Autism Hope and Healing       Irish Autism Action              UK Autism Foundation            The National Autistic  Society             Autism Society of America              Vote for Autism            Autism Support Network           Autism Speaks        Irish Autism Action - Blogspot             Autism Support Ireland         Parenting Autism    Autism Society of Ohio  Action for Autism - South Asia    Autism Society of Illinois

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Autism Europe


Autism London

Provides support for those affected by
autism and Asperger's syndrome


Autism Research Centre

The mission of the ARC is to understand the biomedical causes of autism spectrum conditions, and develop new and validated methods for assessment and intervention. The ARC fosters collaboration between scientists in Cambridge University and outside, to accelerate this mission.


Berkshire Autistic Society  - Berkshire Autistic Society is an established charity providing comprehensive services for all ages of people with autism, their families, carers and professionals working in the field.

Scottish Society for Autism - If you are a parent of a child, young person or adult with an Autism Spectrum Disorder living in Scotland, we would like to hear from you.

Autism Treatment Services of Canada

Society for Treatment of Autism (STA) is an Alberta-based registered charitable organization providing comprehensive treatment and educational services for people with autism and related disorders. STA offers quality support, consultation and educational services for families and communities in Alberta.

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Centre for the Study of Autism

Families for Early Autism Treatment

We are an evolving and developing centre dedicated to enabling people on the autism spectrum, parents, families and professionals to access information about the autistic spectrum.
This website has been developed to support those who come into contact with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - parents/carers and teachers - and also provides resources for children and teenagers themselves, to help
them understand and manage the condition.
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a range of complex neurodevelopment disorders, characterized by social impairments, communication difficulties, and restricted, repetitive, and stereotyped patterns of behavior.
You will find information on autism and Asperger syndrome, on our services and how you can get support and advice.
The site is available in Welsh or English, so that you can choose your preferred language. There is a large amount of information on AWARES, and so we have broken this down into several distinct areas. You can use the navigation to browse around the site, or use the search facility to search the whole site and then choose the information you are looking for.
I am proud to present this film to you as an illustration of the work and direction of Hampshire Autistic Society. The Society, having been formed by parents over 40 years ago, has now grown into the leading autism service provider in Hampshire.
Autism Care (UK) Limited has recently expanded its reach, and now has five services located throughout the UK. These are based in Lancashire, Lincolnshire, Gwent (South Wales), Warwickshire, and our newest facility in South Yorkshire.
Carers Direct is a practical and comprehensive information, advice and support service for carers. Call the Carers Direct helpline if you need help with your caring role and want to talk to someone about what options are available to you. The helpline advisers can give you information to help you make decisions about your personal support needs and the needs of the person you're looking after. This information includes assessments, benefits, direct payments, individual budgets, time off and maintaining, leaving or going back to work or education.
The Society has been supporting families in Scotland affected by autism for over 40 years. We now directly support over 500 people as well as offering consultancy and training to hundreds more.
autism.west midlands welcomed a raft of new measures in the landmark adult autism strategy published today aimed at tackling the isolation, ignorance and inequality routinely experienced by the over 300,000 adults with autism in England
The ABC Clinic
We are a group of behaviour analysts working throughout the UK and Europe. The ABC Clinic specialise in the design of behaviour modification programmes for children with autism (and other related conditions), behavioural problems, and language and learning delays. The ABC clinic provides a range of service models, depending on your needs. These models can be found by hovering over the menu at the top of the screen.
TreeHouse is the national charity for autism education.  We believe that education is key to transforming the lives of children and young people with autism, and the lives of their families. TreeHouse runs a special school for children and young people with autism; provides information and training for parents and professionals; commissions research and campaigns for change. Our vision is that children and young people with autism achieve their potential and live the life they choose.
Berkshire Autistic Society is an established charity providing comprehensive services for all ages of people with autism, their families, carers and professionals working in the field. 
The consortium is a partnership between the ten authorities of Bolton, Bury, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford and Wigan and the National Autistic Society.
The Essex Autistic Society was established in the early 1970s by two sets of parents with newly diagnosed children with autism, who found they were living in an area where no specialised educational provision existed for such children. The Society was registered as a charity (then known as the Essex Society for Autistic Children) and in May 1977 Doucecroft School was opened in Kelvedon.
The Disabilities Trust is working together with other autism charities and service providers to bring World Autism Awareness Day to the attention of as many people as possible and encouraging people to Stand up for Autism.
A charity which provides support and options to people affected by all forms of autism in gaining independence and control of their lives.
ATT helps individuals with autism and their family by assisting them to access the medical and educational provisions they need and deserve.
The Autism Family Support project  develops support services for people whose son/daughter/family member has been diagnosed with an autistic spectrum disorder. The post is funded by the ‘Big Lottery' Fund.
FEAT-Houston was founded in July 1995 by a half dozen families of children with autism spectrum disorders. It is a non-profit organization committed to families and others interested in assisting children with autism to learn through applied behavioral techniques.
Patient-Centered Guides are a mix of medical, practical and emotional information, grounded in Western medicine, told by people who have been there. As with our other publishing programs, this series grew out of recognizing a need for a particular kind of information. The writers and editors in this series have encountered illnesses that have threatened or changed their lives.
Cygnet Springside offers tailored, specialist autism support services for individuals and their families affected by autistic spectrum conditions, including Asperger’s syndrome. These services include:
Families for Autism Support and Awareness F.F.A.S.A.A. is a non-profit organization committed to providing support to families of children with Autism and promoting awareness of this particular disability among the families of Laredo, Texas and surrounding Webb County.
We aim to provide support for families affected by autism in many ways. Face to face: through our fantastic Treating Autism Local Groups and events. Check our list to see if there's a group in your area. If not - consider starting one, we're here to help.
The Autism File is a quarterly magazine dealing with all aspects of autism.
Whether you are a curious browser, someone wanting personal help or you have a question about work or business this is the site for you. Here you will find helpful blogs, books, exercises and links to meet your quest. We discuss all aspects of life and business including; leadership, stress at work, depression, anxiety, love and hope.

Individuals leave their inspirational stories as well as their advice based on life experience. Join our community and you will never feel alone.
In honor of all the mothers affected by ASD, Parenting Autism announces that every Sunday for the month of May we will be giving away TWO copies of the Build Your Family workbook and DVD and TWO one-hour Personal Parenting Coaching sessions with Angela.  Enter to win, today!
Hampshire Autistic Society
Improving the quality of life for people with autism
Autism Support Network
UK Autism Foundation
Brookdale care
Irish Autism Action - Raising standards
About Autism - A parent's perspective
Autism Society of America
Autism, Pathological Demand Avoidance, AutismPDA, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Aspergers Syndrome
Providing parents with the support you need
We are Action For Autism (AFA): the pioneering, national and non-profit autism society of India. We provide support and services to persons with autism and those who work with them in South Asia. Founded in 1991, we are a parent organisation began with the goal to "put autism on the Indian map." Awareness of autism in India has grown tremendously in the past decade, and our activities have also changed to meet current needs in India. We work through direct services, advocacy, and research to improve the lives of children with autism and their families. We are an Indian organisation, and our efforts are focused on the needs of those in India. We are also committed to assisting other countries in South Asia achieve legal recognition of autism and develop services for children and families. To more effectively orchestrate national activities for autism, we relocated to the AFA National Centre for Advocacy Research and Training in 2006.