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"Six months after Beatrix's diagnosis, Beatrix had a nervous breakdown. She was unable to leave the house for nearly six months.

We were referred to Natasha, who works for our local National Autistic Society service. The advice, support and information she offered proved to be invaluable. This is the only autism support in my area and without it we would have been completely alone." - Jill, Beatrix's mum

Your donation will make sure more people like Beatrix get the help the support they so desperately need.


Thank you for your kind donation

Together we'll be continuing our Too Much Information campaign and making a real and lasting difference to the lives of autistic children and their families.

In Alex's own words: "I really hope that the campaign will helps lots of people who don't know about autism to understand and respect and be a little more careful. That little bit will make the difference to everyone."


“The National Autistic Society's Autism Helpline can be a lifeline whenever coping with autism gets too much.”

Your gift of £25 could mean five more worried parents, like Jacqui, have access to the support and advice they so desperately need. Jacqui's son Luke has autism and experienced ten years of constant bullying in school. Children called him a 'freak' and a 'weirdo', and there were many times when Luke felt isolated, afraid and alone.


“One miserable Friday evening I pushed open the doors to the NAS Social Group and the pieces of the puzzle came together."

Your gift of £50 can help five people who would otherwise be completely isolated by giving them the opportunity to attend our Adult Social Groups. Daniel was diagnosed at the age of 18. “For a very long time life for me was grim. I was in trouble, I wasn’t doing anything and I was ashamed to carry the label ‘autism’.


Your donation really counts

Without the incredible support of people like you, we wouldn’t be able to continue our vital work. By giving a gift of any amount, you can make a massive difference to the lives of the 2.7 million people living with autism across the UK.

Autism Helpline Number: 0808 800 4104
Last updated: 27/04/2016 18:03:35