useful links
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Brookdale Care
http://www.brookdalecare.co.uk
Brookdale Care specialise in residential care and secure hospital services for people with Autism and Aspergers Syndrome (Autistic Spectrum Disorder).
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National Autistic Society
http://www.nas.org.uk
The National Autistic Society exists to champion the rights and interests of all people with autism and to ensure that they and their families receive quality services appropriate to their needs.
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Public Autism Resouce and Information Service
http://www.info.autism.org.uk
Helping you find services for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) across the UK.
PARIS is provided by The National Autistic Society
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Autism Research Centre
http://www.autismresearchcentre.com
The mission of the ARC is to understand the biomedical causes of autism spectrum conditions, and develop new and validated methods for assessment and intervention. The ARC fosters collaboration between scientists in Cambridge University and outside, to accelerate this mission
OAASIS
Office for Advice, Assistance, Support and Information on Special Needs
OAASIS provides a free information and support service for parents, teachers and other professionals with an interest in special education for children and young adults
Contact a Family
http://www.cafamily.org.uk
Contact a Family is the only UK-wide charity providing advice, information and support to the parents of all disabled children - no matter what their disability or health condition. We also enable parents to get in contact with other families, both on a local and national basis. Each year we reach at least 275,000 families
Online Asperger Support
http://www.aspievillage.org.uk
Online Asperger Support and Friendship Group for anyone in the UK and Ireland aged over 16, with diagnosed or suspected Asperger Syndrome
  As-if website
http://www.as-if.org.uk
A person with Aspergers has written this site to so she could bring together everything that she has learnt since her diagnosis, to share it with other people. This site has lots of information on Asperger Sydrome, How to get a diagnosis, lifestyles and her experiences
  Asperger Foundation
http://www.aspergerfoundation.org.uk
Asperger Foundation is committed to promoting awareness and understanding of Asperger's Syndrome. The Foundation aims to promote high quality support and services, and to enable people with Asperger's syndrome to develop into members of the community who are respected for their contribution and recognised for their unique differences
  Autism London
http://www.autismlondon.org.uk
Welcome to Autism London's website. You will find a variety of information about our services, how you can help and get support and advice, as well as finding out more about autism and Asperger's syndrome
Asperger East Anglia
The organisation works in many areas to help people of all ages to live their lives with as much independence as possible
  Autism Bedfordshire
http://www.autismbeds.org
Autism Bedfordshire is a small independent charity providing information, advice, emotional and practical support for children/young people with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (A.S.D.) and their parents/carers in Bedfordshire and Luton
  Autism Northern Ireland
http://www.autismni.org
Based in Northern Ireland Autism NI (PAPA) seeks to ensure that people within the autistic spectrum and their carers have access to appropriate services, enabling people with autism to be valued members of their community
Please note the following links can be found on the National Autistic Society website

Websites of registered organisations (Schools/Services)
Links to Accredited schools/services or to those working towards Accreditation

websites of registered organisations
Websites by or for people with an autistic spectrum disorder
Links to websites of particular relevance to people with an autistic spectrum disorder. Includes links to sites with personal stories

websites by or for people with autism
 
Useful websites for parents/carers of people with an ASD
Links to websites by families of people with an autistic spectrum disorder and to other sites which may be of help.

useful websites for parents/carers of people with asd
 
Useful websites for partners of people with an ASD
Links to websites of relevance to people in a partnership with a person with an autistic spectrum disorder

useful websites for partners of people with asd
 
Useful websites for siblings of people with an ASD
Links to websites of relevance to the siblings of a person or people with an autistic spectrum disorder

useful websites for siblings of people with asd
 
Useful websites for health professionals
Links to websites of relevance to health professionals working with children and adults with autism and Asperger syndrome
useful websites for health professionals
 
Useful websites for professionals in education
Links of relevance to professionals in education working with children or adults with an autistic spectrum disorder
useful websites for professionals in education
 
Useful websites: approaches, therapies and interventions
Links to websites of interest primarily to parents and to professionals working with people with autism and Asperger syndrome
useful websites for therapies
 
Useful resources in advocacy and special needs education
From the Advocacy for Education Service
useful resources in advocacy and special needs education
 
National support groups and organisations in England
Details of autism-specific organisations, health services and statutory bodies in England
national support groups in England
 
National support groups and organisations in Wales
Details of autism-specific organisations, health services and statutory bodies in Wales
national support groups in Wales
 
National support groups and organisations in Scotland
Details of autism-specific organisations, health services and statutory bodies in Scotland
national support groups in Scotland
 
National support groups and organisations in Northern Ireland
Details of autism-specific organisations and health services in Northern Ireland
national support groups in Northern Ireland
 
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