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  • #VALUEDANDAUTISTIC

    Autistic people are at the heart of everything we do, with the recognition that each of our supported individuals have something valuable to teach us.

    Filmed with the support of autistic people from across our services, our latest campaign demonstrates the value we place on autistic people.

    Find out more

  • Not Included, Not Engaged, Not Involved;

    Along with Children in Scotland and National Autistic Society Scotland, we deliver a signed petition to Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills, John Swinney MSP

    Find out more

  • Skydive

    Fancy our first event of 2019? It will see you freefall at 120mph by skydiving from a plane which is flying at 10,000ft! 

    Throughout April 2019
    Skydive Strathallan, Near Gleneagles

  • My Five

    Following a public consultation involving autistic individuals and their families, our free ‘My Five’ guidance document is now available to download.

    This free document details the top five suggestions, of some simple adjustments that retailers and businesses can make, to create a more welcoming and accessible environment for all.

    Download

Scottish Autism is an organisation dedicated to enabling autistic people to lead happy, healthy and fulfilling lives.

Upcoming events

26
Apr
Other Events
Location

The Duke’s Course, St Andrews, KY16 8NX

Price
£350.00
29
Apr
Service Events
Time
6:00pm to 9:00pm
Location

Makers Cafe, Unit 3 Makers Village, Ludgate, Alloa, FK10 2DE

Price
Free
Makers Parent Support Group
10
May
Education Network Days
Time
10:00am to 3:00pm
Location

New Struan School, 100 Smithfield Loan, Alloa, FK10 1NP

Price
£65.00
Education Network Day website

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Success Stories

Meet Emily

Emily accesses our Supported Living service in Orkney. When she first came to our services, Emily struggled to communicate with staff, and she was reluctant to try new food...

Tweets

Today we have launched guidance to help retail and hospitality businesses become more welcoming and accessible to autistic individuals and their...