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Asperger syndrome

Asperger syndrome is a form of autism. People with Asperger syndrome may find difficulty in social relationships and in communicating.

Social stories and comic strips
Social stories and comic strip conversations are ways to help autistic people develop greater social understanding and stay safe.
Get your free workplace pack for World Autism Awareness Week

Sign up to receive our pack full of tips, guidance and resources to help make your workplace more autism-friendly.



Autism is a lifelong developmental disability that affects how people perceive the world and interact with others. Autistic people can have difficulties with everyday social communication, social interaction, repetitive behaviours and sensory issues.

Autism Awareness Week
Autism Awareness Week
Christmas cards

Your cards should arrive within 14 days of receipt of your order. The quicker you can get your order to us, the quicker we can send you your cards.

Let’s make public transport autism friendly

Find out more about our recent TMI campaign, and how you can take small steps to make public transport more accessible to autistic people.

Could you be the designer of our 2019 range of Christmas cards? (18 February 2019)
Calling all artists on the autistic spectrum! Entries for our Christmas card competition are now open...
World Autism Awareness Week merchandise
T-shirts and other merchandise to show your support for World Autism Awareness Week
James' story

James Owen Thomas is autistic and makes art from discarded scratch cards. Read his story and about his new exhibition, Much more than meets the eye

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