£30 can help us answer 24 more calls
from anxious parents seeking advice
Living with autism can be confusing, isolating and
frightening at times.
Our Autism Helpline gives impartial, confidential
information, advice and support when people need
£50 helps a person whose first language is
not English to get advice
Getting a diagnosis of autism can be extremely
stressful, especially if there’s no one around to
explain it to you in your own language.
We provide access to a telephone interpretation
service that provides information about autism
through interpreters in 150 different languages.
£200 helps provide a group of concerned
families with support
Families affected by autism can find everyday
events, like car journeys, mealtimes or shopping,
Our specialist family support advisors provide
information and advice to families in the UK
about living with autism.
£350 pays for expert legal advice for parents
struggling to get the right education for their
A good start in life helps a child with autism to
thrive and reach their full potential.
Our Education Rights Service guides parents
through the often complex education system to
secure the education their child needs.
£1,000 pays for play equipment for 50
children, helping them to develop life-
Play is important for children with autism because
it encourages them to communicate and interact
with other children.
Our six specialist autism schools provide the very
best education and support for over 500 children
and young people every year.
£2,500 means that an adult with autism gets
the practical support they need to find and
keep a job
Only 15% of adults with autism are in full-
employment, but most are willing and able to
Our Prospects employment service aims to give
people with autism the same training and
employment opportunities as other people.