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Our Not Enough campaign is demanding better support and services for autistic people. There’ll be plenty of opportunities to support this campaign over the coming months, so here are a few ways to get involved:

  1. Get in touch with your MP
    Your MP is an elected representative who takes into account your views to do their job. If you highlight issues which are important to you, then they are likely to support you in achieving the change you want. You can email your MP by taking action here.

     

    This will tell them how vital it is that there are better support and services in your community, and this is particularly important in our current political climate. We need to demand that autism remains on the political agenda, and this can’t be done without your MP understanding why it’s such an important issue.
  2. Email your MP

  3. Sign up for campaigner updates
    Over the coming months, we’ll need your support to make sure that the government’s new autism strategy better supports autistic people and their families. Be the first to know about any news and information about our campaigns and how you can support us, by signing up to our campaigner updates.
  4. Sign up for campaign updates

  5. Take a look at our report
    Our report ‘Autism Act: 10 Years On’, written with the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Autism, details the challenges that autistic people face in accessing the support they need.

     

    Take a look at the report, so you can understand what needs to change and how our Government can make this happen. This will also help you in your conversations with decision-makers or other people, to build support for our campaign.
  6. Read the report

  7. Get involved with your local branch
    We have over 110 branches all over the UK, run by dedicated volunteers that strive to create a world that works for autistic people.

     

    Together, you can fight for better support and services in your community, by understanding what needs to change and how you can achieve this. During our campaign, we will be supporting local branches to ensure the Government’s national autism strategy is properly rolled out by your council, so this is a perfect opportunity to meet like-minded people and work to make a difference.

     

    Find out how you can get involved, your nearest branch and what events they run here.
  8. Find my branch