The National Autistic Society website is currently available in five different versions or views which you can set from the top left-hand corner of your screen.

Each view gives you:

  • all information of general relevance (eg information about autism)
  • information of geographical and legislative relevance to the nation you have selected
  • services available in the nation you have selected.

You can also go straight to the view of your choice via the web addresses below:

www.autism.org.uk

The national view of the website. All material published online is available here and reflects the collected view of our work and interests across the United Kingdom.

www.autism.org.uk/england

The England view. This shows all items of general relevance (eg information about autism), services we offer for people in England and items on the website of relevance to England and English legislation.

www.autism.org.uk/northernireland

The Northern Ireland view. This shows all items of general relevance (eg information about autism), services we offer for people in Northern Ireland and items on the website of relevance to Northern Ireland and legislation affecting Northern Ireland.

www.autism.org.uk/scotland

The Scotland view. This shows all items of general relevance (eg information about autism), services we offer for people in Scotland and items on the website of relevance to Scotland and legislation affecting Scotland.

www.nascymru.autism.org.uk or www.autism.org.uk/wales

The Wales view. This shows all items of general relevance (eg information about autism), services we offer for people in Wales and items on the website of relevance to Wales and legislation affecting Wales.

www.autism.org.uk/cymru

The Welsh language view. This shows all items of general relevance (eg information about autism), services we offer for people in Wales and items on the website of relevance to Wales and legislation affecting Wales. NB The National Autistic Society has a commitment to make as much of the site bilingual as practicable.