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Here you can read guidance for professionals working in the field of autism including statutory guidance, professional advice and legal information. Find out how you can contribute and share your work. 

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B is for bullied:the experiences of children with autism and their families

In 2006 the NAS carried out a survey on autism and education which highlights the experience of bullying by children with autism. This article describes the findings from the survey, the impacts of...
All schools are required by law to have a disability accessibility plan, which shows how they will increase access to all parts of school life for disabled children, including out of school clubs and...
The National Audit Office scrutinises public spending on behalf of Parliament. In 2009 the National Audit Office carried out a review of the support services for adults with adults. Read the...
This briefing by the Mental Health Network NHS Confederation summarises the key points of Fulfilling and Rewarding Lives and the first year delivery plan that accompanies it, focusing particularly on...
The National Autistic Society has produced this guidance to help public authorities involve people with an autistic spectrum disorder (ASD). People with autism frequently don’t receive the services...

Supporting adults with autism. A good practice guide for NHS and local authorities

This good practice guide for local authorities and NHS authorities and trusts was part of The National Autistic Society’s (NAS) I Exist campaign, which aims to transform the lives of adults with...
Glasgow City Council produced this guide to be used as a training note to assist Registered Social Landlords (RSL) and other housing agencies in meeting the housing needs of households with members...
These articles highlight the experiences of transition from school onwards for young people with autism and their families. These two campaign articles written by Liz Whitters of NAS Cymru and Beth...
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) are currently in consultation on a draft clinical guideline covering the recognition, referral, diagnosis and management of autism for...
Here you can read the 2011 NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) guidelines covering the recognition, referral and diagnosis of autism in children and young people from birth up to age 19...

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