New ARC PremisesThe Autism Resource Centre (ARC) is a partnership between Glasgow City Council, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, The National Autistic SocietyScottish Autism and Strathclyde Autistic Society.

We work with the Adult Autism Additional Support Team, led by the ARC‘s Speech and Language Therapist, and with Children’s autism services to help make sure people on the autism spectrum and their families receive the most effective care possible.

The work of the ARC is guided by the Autism Working Group, with members from the statutory and voluntary sectors, and individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders, parents and the National Centre for Autism Studies. This helps ensure that the ARC delivers the services it should.

Services available:

Autism Alert CardAutism Alert Card

The Autism Resource Centre, and its partners, has launched an Autism Alert Card endorsed by Strathclyde Police. The card can be presented to staff (not just emergency personnel) in all kinds of situations where communication is difficult for the person who has an ASD (adult or child), or there is the risk that their behaviour might become inappropriate or open to misinterpretation.

For more information on obtaining a card, visit the Glasgow City Council website.

How to contact the Autism Resource Centre:
Autism Resource Centre,
c/o North West Social Work Services,
17 Gullane Street,
Partick,
Glasgow,
G11 6AH

Tel: 0141-276-5252
Fax: 0141-276-5297

Web: Glasgow City Council website.

Transport links

Gullane Street is well served by public transport, with bus routes along nearby Dumbarton Road to and from the city centre and the West End. Partick Railway Station and Partick and Kelvin Hall Subway Stations are all a short walk away (approximately five minutes).