3 Counties Counselling and Autism Assessment

Provides counselling for ages 14 - adult and autism screenings and assessments from ages 3 to adult. A service for home, schools and NHS referral serving Wiltshire, West Hampshire and East Dorset.Read more


ACoRNS is a unique collaboration between Education and Psychology at the University and local schools who are interested in developing, researching, understanding, and sharing good practice in educational provision for children on the autism spectrum and their families.Read more

Action for Asperger's

Charity providing counselling to neurotypical carers of individuals with Asperger's and those they care forRead more

Alex Kelly Ltd Independent Speech and Language Therapy

Alex Kelly works with people with learning disabilities and autism employing 15 Speech and Language Therapists. She is running a series of workshops in Romsey.Read more

Ambitious About Autism

Ambitious about Autism is the national charity for children and young people with autism. They provide services, raise awareness and understanding, and campaign for change. Through TreeHouse School and Ambitious College they offer specialist education and support.Read more

Ambitious College

Ambitious College is London’s only registered specialist college dedicated specifically to supporting young people with complex autism for adult life.Read more


‘People with Learning Disabilities in the Criminal Justice System’: A Guide for Carers and Learning Disability Services. This is an ARC project funded by the Big Lottery Fund. People with Autistic Spectrum Conditions are seven times more likely to come into contact with the Police than the general population.Read more

Asperger Southampton

Provide knowledge and advice, for adults, on living with Asperger SyndromeRead more

Aspie Helping Hands Evening group In Southampton

Free Service Support Group for Parents/Carers of Children with Autism.Read more


AutAngel is a community interest company run by and for autistic people. Their aim is to empower autistic people and create opportunities for them to thrive and fulfil their potential. The website lists autistic trainers and presenters providing autism training in the UK.Read more

Autism Adventures - Minecraft and Meltdowns

Autism Adventures - Minecraft and Meltdowns. A Facebook group welcoming anyone interested in AutismRead more

Autism and Nature

Autism and Nature is a non-profit organisation dedicated to enriching the lives of people on the autistic spectrum, especially children, by engaging them with the countryside and nature.Read more

Autism Classroom

A US website aiming to provide assistance for educating children with autism . It includes Interventions for challenging behaviours.Read more

Autism Friendly Trampolining

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Autism Hampshire

Southampton Autism Support Services. Southampton NHS provides support services for individuals and families affected by autism, through Community Access - Autism Hampshire. The Community Access Team have extensive information and knowledge of services available in Southampton and a local Southampton office.Read more

Autism Hampshire Support Group

A group for adults with high functioning Autism or Asperger's who want to meet other people.Read more

Autism in Women and Girls

An NAS learning module to better understand autistic female characteristics and therefore enhance confidence to diagnose those individuals successfully.Read more


Autism360 is a unique tool which provides an accurate report that captures the details of your child’s or your own individuality and offers treatment options that have worked for others with closely matching records.Read more


Autistica is the UK’s largest and leading autism research charity, Their vision is a long, healthy, happy life for autistic people and their families by funding and promoting groundbreaking medical research, improving understanding of autism and advancing new therapies and interventionsRead more

Birkbeck Babylab Autism Research Study

Babylab conduct studies to better understand how babies learn and develop, particularly during the first 2 years of life. They are also interested in understanding why and how some children develop conditions such as autism.Read more