Important update for Network Autism

The National Autistic Society launched its new website this 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, we have started to integrate articles from Network Autism as ‘professional practice’ articles. You can find all the current professional practice articles here. Very soon, you’ll also be able to access them from related pages across the site and through a new ‘hub’ collating content from across the site.  

To reflect our articles having a new home we have change the username of our twitter account to @AutismPractice, so dont forget to start using it to tweet us from now on. 

We will continue to migrate Network Autism articles throughout the next month and, once completed, we will be closing the Network Autism website.

The new website will give you 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. We will also continue to add new professional practice articles to the new site from January 2021.

During this period of migrating articles to the new site you’ll still have access to Network Autism and all the articles, but the following sections of the site are no longer available:

  • news items
  • groups
  • discussions
  • sign in/registration
  • member access. 

We’ll updating this page further to explain more about the changes in due course. 

If you’ve got any questions regarding any of the above – do contact the team

If you are an EarlyBird or Teen Life Licensed User checking for any updates, please check the briefings folder (called ALL USERS PLEASE READ) on SharePoint. If you do not already have access to SharePoint, please email with your name, organisation and Licensed User number.


Updated: 24 November 2020