The Autistic Self Advocacy Network

The Autistic Self Advocacy Network seeks to advance the principles of the disability rights movement with regard to autism. ASAN believes that the goal of autism advocacy should be a world in which Autistic people enjoy the same access, rights, and opportunities as all other citizens. 

Autism Women Matter

Autism Women Mater is a network name used for international autism advocacy. 

Ed Wiley Autism Acceptance Lending Library

The Ed Wiley Autism Acceptance Lending Library offers books, resources and information on autism from a neurodiversity and disability rights & justice perspective to the communities of Stanwood and Camano Island, WA.

Autistic Family Collective

The Autistic Family Collective is a community of families advocating together for acceptance, support and inclusion for Autistic children in Australia. We are convened by Autistic parents and allies with Autistic children.

The Art Of Autism

The Art of Autism is a collaborative project that brings awareness to the general public of the creative abilities of people on the autism spectrum and others who are neurodivergent.

American Badass Advocates

Peer-led Initiatives for Neurodiversity. Society, the final frontier. These are the advocates who boldly go where no neuro-atypical has gone before … social integration and neurodiversity acceptance for all people of different thinking abilities.

Blott Artist Studio

Blott is a white cube art gallery in the heart of Blackpool with a focus on inclution, delivering political and social focused exhibtions and events throughout the year. 

Walking Autism : Africa

Raising awareness and acceptance of Autism across Africa on foot.

Planet Autism

Resource for those with autism spectrum condition (autism, Asperger's, PDD-NOS/Other, PDA), parents/carers & anyone interested. Research, media, truth.

Âutistic ûnion

The the Âutistic ûnion has come together to make a home for everyone who needs a place to be celebrated for who they are. Although their core is the Autism Spectrum, their true goal is a peaceful existence for everyone.

Everyday Kids

Everyday Kids heart-centered approach shines a light to a brighter path for autistics with compassion and appreciation, furthering the Neurodiversity Movement and shifting to a new paradigm of respect and connectedness, backed by the science of love, caring and compassion.


"Female Autistic Explorers", is a social group for Autistic Women. We want to create a community for women on the spectrum where they are accepted for who they are. Our goal is to provide two nature filled retreats per year, as well as smaller meet-ups at various locations.


AutAngel is a community interest company run by and for autistic people which aims to develop and help others develop autistic run projects.

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Autism Women's Network

The mission of the Autism Women’s Network is to provide effective supports to Autistic women and girls of all ages through a sense of community, advocacy and resources.

Autistic UK

Autistic UK is run by autistic people for autistic people. It aims to promote and protect the civil and human rights of the autistic population and to campaign for the enforcement of the legislation which guarantees our rights.


Queering our neurodivergence, neurodiversifying our queer - NeuroQueer is an online blog for publishing creative writing, art, and articles of all kinds arising from the neuroqueer experience. 


The organic arts based community platform for autistic people. Spergy aims to bring us closer together in an expressive, fun and free environment.

Asperger Women's Association Worldwide

Only by sharing our thoughts, inspirations and ideas can we all grow as a community worldwide.


Ink And Daggers

Artwork by Meredeth K Ultra, often on a disability/neurodiversity theme.  Ink And Daggers produces illustrations, poetry and writing, raising awareness about, and fighting against the child abuse and abelism inherent in society and many mainstream autistic 'therapies'. 


Integrate Preston and Chorley Ltd

We support people to live their life to the full in the community of their choice. We do this by providing the support services that help them successfully negotiate the demands and opportunities of fully developing their lives in that community.

White Unicorn

White Unicorn is a Self-advocacy association for the development of an autistic-friendly environment. The association organises projects that allow autistic children to grow up with the sense of neurodiversity. In the barrier-sensitive school design, it's assumed that a normality ideology should be viewed critically. Barriers have to be reduced or at least to be made able to regulate. The children should thus be strengthened in a largely barrier-free environment. A reduction of social negative reaction (with the concept of disability) must also be further developed in active inclusion. 

Autonomous Press

Autonomous Press is an independent publisher focusing on works about disability, neurodivergence, and the various ways they can intersect with other aspects of identity and lived experience. 

Blackpool Autistic Adults Support Group

An advocacy and support group run by autistics for autistics. BAASG promotes independence, autonimy and a community-based approach to supporting one another. 

Excel DIA

Pioneering Award-Winning Services for Special Educational Needs. Are you, or someone close to you, an Asperger or autistic person? Someone with dyslexia or dyscalculia? Having problems learning to drive, or building confidence? Needing help with education, or finding work? We can help you.

Autism Specialist Consultant and Trainer. I am available to families on a individual consultancy basis. I am available to train you and your staff at your workplace or educational setting. I provide training with practical advice in Person Centred Approach and Tools as well as Understanding


Aut-Haslemere is a peer-support group in Haslemere, Surrey, run by and for autistic adults. We meet monthly to discuss various topics of interest to autistic adults, sharing our challenges for mutual support, and also sharing our successes, strategies, hints and tips for living the best autistic lives possible.

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Individuals and organisations that have committed to the use of identity-first language when appropriate and a no-shame based approach to diversity and disability.