The National Autistic Society is launching a new website towards the end of August. As well as reaching and helping more autistic people and families, we’re making sure that it will be even better for autism professionals. To support this, between now and the end of the year, we will be gradually integrating articles from Network Autism into our main site. Once completed we will be closing the Network Autism website. You can find out more about the changes to our main charity website here.
You’ll have access to an even wider range of content created by and for autism professionals. And, if you are a contributor, your articles will now reach a larger audience. And we will continue to add new content for professionals to the new site.
From the launch of the new website (planned 25 August) you’ll still have access to Network Autism and all the articles, but the following sections of the site will no longer be available:
- news items
- sign in/registration
- member access.
We’ll be contacting all Network Autism members and updating this page further to explain more about the changes in due course. In the meantime, the below explains the implications if you use groups or discussions:
- If you have content in groups or discussions that you don’t have available offline, you will need to ensure you have a copy of that content before the new website launches.
- This is because, when the new website launches (planned for 25 August) groups and discussions will no longer be accessible and all content removed.
If you’ve got any questions regarding any of the above – do contact the team email@example.com