Criminal justice - National Autistic Society

Access our e-learning module and a guide to autism for police officers, solicitors, barristers, magistrates and other criminal justice professionals.

National Autistic Society - Writing social stories

Social stories and comic strip conversations are ways to help people with autism develop greater social understanding.

From a celebration for #WorldPoetryDay by the National Autistic Society @Dan Uyemura Uyemura Alex is this poem 'Sensory Overload' was written by Matty Angel, a  woman with autism who lives in supported accommodation

From a celebration for by the National Autistic Society Uyemura Uyemura Alex is this poem 'Sensory Overload' was written by Matty Angel, a woman with autism who lives in supported accommodation

More autistic voices than ever were represented at the national Autism Society Conference! - http://geekclubbooks.com/2017/08/6-reasons-to-cheer-autism-society-conference/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=Geek%20Club%20Books&utm_content=6%20Reasons%20to%20Cheer%20from%20the%20Autism%20Society%20Conference%21

More autistic voices than ever were represented at the national Autism Society Conference! - http://geekclubbooks.com/2017/08/6-reasons-to-cheer-autism-society-conference/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=Geek%20Club%20Books&utm_content=6%20Reasons%20to%20Cheer%20from%20the%20Autism%20Society%20Conference%21

Ask the Expert: How to Create Exercise Programs for the ASD Population | Autism Society - Autism Society

Autism Society Autism Society President/CEO Responds to Dateline’s “On the Brink” Special Report on Autism

National Autistic Society's Campaign. Please repin or retweet! #Autism #Aspergers

Campaigning for the National Autistic Society is critical if people with autism and their families are to get a better deal from society, and from the services that exist to support them.

"One day I dream that we can grow in a matured society where nobody would be 'normal or abnormal' but just human beings, accepting any other human being- ready to grow together."  - Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay, in The Mind Tree, Arcade Publishing, 2003© National Autistic Society

"One day I dream that we can grow in a matured society where nobody would be 'normal or abnormal' but just human beings, accepting any other human being- ready to grow together." - Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay, in The Mind Tree, Arcade Publishing, 2003© National Autistic Society

royalista:  The Countess of Wessex, patron of the National Autistic Society, attended the National Autistic Professional Conference, Harrogate, New Yorkshire, March 3, 2015

Sophie, Countess of Wessex received some beautiful flowers as she arrived at the National Autistic Professional Conference on Tuesday.

This is a sponsored post by Elly from The National Autistic Society. From doctor’s surgeries to train stations to offices, it’s no great shock to learn that many places people with autism have to visit are not autism-friendly. There have, of course, been big campaigns about this – and people are taking notice. Social institutions, …

[Image description] A heavily stylised symbol of two figures reaching out to each other, with text reading “The National Autistic Society”

Webchat about bringing up girls on the autistic spectrum with Carrie Grant, campaigner for the National Autistic Society. | Mumsnet Discussi...

Webchat about bringing up girls on the autistic spectrum with Carrie Grant, campaigner for the National Autistic Society.

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