Autism Service Directory

NAS Campaigns

The National Autistic Society

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Type of service: Campaigning and lobbying organisations

The Campaigns Team at The National Autistic Society coordinates public campaigns and supports people to campaign locally to improve the rights and experiences of people with autism. The National Autistic Society’s make school make sense campaign aimed to improve educational provision for children with autism, so that every child could get the education they deserved. We need your support to make their campaign a success. Visit www.autism.org.uk/campaign to find out more. Campaigning is critical if people with autism and their families are to get a better deal from society, and from the services that exist to support them. But it can be a difficult to know where to start! To help you, The National Autistic Society has published Campaigning with The National Autistic Society. This practical toolkit includes information on how to build a successful campaign, working with the media and how to contact and lobby your local and national decision makers. Download the toolkit at www.autism.org.uk/toolkit.

Eligibility

Age: For people of any age

Aimed at: Adolescent , Adult , Adult sibling, Child , Child/adolescent sibling, Parent/carer of a child, Parent/carer of an adult, Partner, Professional, Volunteer

Gender: All genders

Registrations & Approaches

Specialisms: Exclusively autism specific

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The National Autistic Society is the UK’s leading charity for autistic people. Since 1962, we’ve been transforming lives, changing attitudes and helping to create a society that works for autistic adults and children. We transform lives by providing support, guidance and practical advice for the 700,000 autistic adults and children in the UK, as well as their three million family members and carers

The National Autistic Society

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Contacts

You can contact us by phone email or post.

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campaign@nas.org.uk

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Web site

Locations

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The National Autistic Society, City Road, London, EC1V 1NG