Services and Support
We provide a wide range of support services across Scotland for autistic individuals, their families and professionals.
We provide a wide range of flexible and innovative support services for children and adults across Scotland, each with a focus on improving quality of life. Central to this is recognising that each person has a unique set of needs. We create personalised support plans which are based on an individual’s own strengths and motivations and on achieving outcomes which are meaningful to them.
Search for a type of service using the tabs below to see where it is offered.
Please note that it is sometimes possible to access a service in a different local authority to the one you live in. We also have a number of national services which are accessed by individuals from all over Scotland. If we don’t currently have a service in your area, please do contact us to discuss your needs as we may still be able to provide support or signpost you to other services we know of.
Download the Service Referral form.
Our Advice Line is open Tuesday – Friday, 10am - 4pm (both phone line and LiveChat), and is closed at weekends.
Call 01259 222022 or
You can also use our online contact form and an advisor will be in touch in as soon as they can.
Please note that it might take slightly longer for an advisor to respond to your enquiry.
Our support team is made up a small number of advisors, that aim to provide an individualised response to each enquiry as quickly as possible.
Please note that the advice line is not an emergency service. For anything urgent, please consider calling your local Social Work department, NHS 24 on 111 or the Samaritans on 116 123.
Alternatively, you may also be able to find answers to your queries in our ‘Support for Families’ section of our website.
We know that when major life changes occur, some adults with autism and their families need more time and support to prepare and adjust. At our Transition service we can offer individuals a sustained period of assessment and support in order to build a greater understanding of their autism and, crucially, their future support needs. Young adults from all over Scotland can access this service.
Read more about Transitional Services.
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