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Last updated: 5th March 2014
Information about diagnosis for adults who have - or think they may have - an autism spectrum disorder, including how to get a diagnosis, and the services and support you may be able to access after you have been diagnosed.
If you've recently received a diagnosis of autism you may be wondering, 'What next?' Our short guide tells you more about the support and benefits you may be entitled to, and how The National Autistic Society can help you.
Information about getting a formal diagnosis of autism or Asperger syndrome.
If you wish to complain about any aspect of referral or diagnosis, there is a complaints procedure that you can follow.
You may be wondering if you have autism or Asperger syndrome - but how can you be sure? Here is some information about autism.
If you think you may have autism or Asperger syndrome and you are being sent for a diagnosis, here's what could happen on the day and soon after your appointment. However, the procedure for adults varies from area to area and people's experiences of diagnosis can be very different.
Download 'What next' our free after diagnosis booklet for adults
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