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Stories from the Spectrum: Amanda Gibbs
Meet Amanda Gibbs, creator of the Autism Alert Card and Passport scheme. 
Examples of autism awareness and training

Find out about theĀ organisations across England that are already providing autism awareness training.

I am autistic card
This card is a great way for you to let people know that you are autistic and that you might need some extra time or help in certain situations.
Tier 1 training

Tier 1 is a 90-minute basic autism awareness training session.

Full spectrum awareness

This toolkit will help secondary school students to understand autism. It includes a range of practical exercises which can be adapted for your school and activity sheets to test what students have learnt.

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World Autism Awareness Week 2019 with Kate Vickers (14 March 2019)
We caught up with our Head of Supporter Fundraising, Kate Vickers, who tells us why World Autism Awareness Week is so important to her.
Autistic Talent blog
We asked our supporters to take on the challenge of raising-awareness and fundraising until everyone understands. We want to thank all who took on that challenge so spectacularly to make this World Autism Awareness Week so special.
Chris Packham poster

National Autistic Society ambassador, Chris Packham, has listed his five favourite facts about autism to help school kids celebrate World Autism Awareness Week 26 March - 2 April.


We would like to say a big thank you to the SAGE Foundation for their participation and fundraising in this year's World Autism Awareness Week at Work.

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