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Useful links

Wherever you are, someone is there to help.

Autism Argyll 

Alison Leask (Chairperson) 01586 554287 or Maureen Mackintosh (Co-ordinator) 01546 600004

Email autism.argyll@me.com
 

Autism Forth Valley 

Email: info@autismforthvalley.co.uk 
 

Autism Network Scotland 

Autism Network Scotland is funded by Scottish Government to play a central role in the provision of information about autism across Scotland. It provides face-to-face Learning Events for information sharing and gaining new knowledge. It offers Virtual Networks where people with shared interests in the field of autism can meet and share practice. The Network aims to work inclusively and collaboratively both with individuals and with organisations and to respond to the learning and information requests across Scotland. Scottish Autism supports the aims of Autism Network Scotland and is please to recognise the Network as a partner: this is our Network too. 

Tel: 0141 441 8146 

Email: autism.network@strath.ac.uk 
 

Borders Asperger's & Autism Group Support 

Derek Purvis (Vice Chair)

Tel: 01896 668961

Email: baagsmail@yahoo.co.uk
 

Clydesdale Autism Support 

Tel: 01899 308305
 

Enquire

Tel: 0131 313 8800

Email: info@enquire.org.uk
 

Fife Action on Autism 

Linda Jenkins

Tel: 01383 621289 
 

Grampian Autistic Society 

Brian Walsh

Tel: 01224 277900

Email: admin.gas@classmail.co.uk
 

Highlands & Islands Autism Society 

Isobel Green (Chairperson)

Tel: 01463 241469

Email: tsdizzy@hotmail.com
 

Hi-Hope Directory 

Information about services and support available to those living in the Highlands. 

Email: info@hi-hope.org
 

Lothian Autistic Society 

Ann Brown (CEO)

Tel: 0131 661 3834

Email: office@lothianautistic.org
 

PASDA

Tel: 0131 475 2416

Email: info@pasda.org.uk
 

Perth Parent Support Group 

Ann Barrett

Tel: 01250 874730

Email: ann@lorntyglen.org.uk
 

Project Ability 

Tel: 0141 552 2822

Email: info@project-ability.co.uk
 

REACH Lanarkshire Autism 

Jillian Bell

Email: jillbelladmin@reachautismgroup.org.uk
 

South Ayrshire Autistic Society 

Heather Buchanan Locke (Chairperson)

Tel: 01292 270339

Email: saas.ayr@gmail.com
 

Strathclyde Autistic Society 

Susan Dolan (Chairperson)

Tel: 0141 227 3920

Email: strathclyde@autisticsociety.fsnet.co.uk
 

SWAN (Scottish Women with Autism Network)

Tel: 0141 444 8146

Email: autism.network@strath.ac.uk

Autism Alliance UK  

Autism Alliance is the major UK network of specialist autism charities, together supporting thousands of individuals with autism. Download contact details for the Autism Alliance CEO email network. 
 

Autism-Eurpoe 

Autism-Eurpoe is an international association who wants to advance the rights of individuals with autism and their families to improve their quality of life. 
 

Autism Initiatives UK 

Working in partnership with individuals with autism, their families and carers. 
 

Autism Society of America

The mission of the Autism Society of America is to promote lifelong access and opportunities for persons within the autism spectrum and their families, to be fully included, participating members of their communities through advocacy, public awareness, education, and research related to autism.
 

Incluzy 

An inclusive job website and employment hub which lists disability inclusive employers, and offers information to parents, employers and business owners in regards to the benefits of employing people with all types of disabilities including autism. 

 

The National Autistic Society (UK)

The National Autistic Society (NAS) website includes information about autism and Asperger's Syndrome, and about the support and services available in the UK for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder, their family, carers and professionals. The NAS also have an Autism Services Directory detailing services and support available across the UK. 
 

Research Autism 

Research Autism are dedicated to the promotion of high-quality research into autism treatments, therapies, and other approaches. The organisation are independent and carry out their own research while also providing impartial information about autism approaches and research conducted by others. 

Autism Toolbox

An online resource to support the inclusion of children and young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder in mainstream education services in Scotland

Understand Autism 

Did you know that 1 in 100 people are diagnosed with autism? Find out more by visiting our interactive resource.