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Autism Helpline Number: 0808 800 4104
Last updated: 14/10/2013 12:47:45

Your gift today could fund services that support families living with autism in desperate need of help. Support services, like our Autism Helpline, give thousands of people who have nowhere else to turn access to the help they cannot do without.

 

 
       

"If we had to say ‘thank you’ now for the rest of our lives, we would never be able to thank the NAS enough!”

Julie’s son was diagnosed with autism before he started school. She contacted our Education Rights Service for help, after her son Richard’s school refused to carry out an assessment of his needs. Your £15 will help a family get the educational support their child needs.

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When things got too much The National Autistic Society's Autism Helpline was there

Jacqui's son Luke has autism and experienced ten years of constant bullying in school. When things got too much she contacted The National Autistic Society's Autism Helpline.

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Your £50 could give practical support to someone with autism who is looking for work

David is 21 and has Asperger syndrome. After he left school he desperately wanted work but lacked the support he needed to secure employment. Prospects, our specialist employment programme, helped him get a job as a cleaner. Just £50 helps us to give practical support to someone with autism who is looking for work.

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Your donation really counts

We are dependent on voluntary donations to fund our vital work. Your gift to us will make such a difference to lives of people living with autism.

[Due to bank charges, the minimum amount we can accept is £2.00.]


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How your donation helps

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  • £5 a month could help a worried parent get advice and information from one of our Helpline Advisers following their child’s diagnosis.
  • £10 a month £10 a month could help someone take that first step away from isolation by attending one of our Adult Social Groups, where they can learn social skills and make friends.
  • £20 a month can help us to keep campaigning across the UK to make sure that the Government provides people with autism access to the support they need to lead the life they choose.

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Need help making your donation?

Give our Supporter Care Team a call on 0808 800 1050. 

91p in every £1 goes directly to helping people affected by autism.

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