The National Menu of Interventions Roadshow Event took place in Glasgow, on 8th May 2014 at the Campanile Hotel. The information gathered from delegates on the day has been collated and can be found below. All resources on this page and on the Local Resources pages are listed alphabetically: first, those from the large national organisations; and then all other resources.

For each of the 14 “challenges” we collected information about the following:

  • Specific relevant links
  • Specific relevant strategies
  • Specific relevant documents
  • Gaps, research and other relevant information not covered by another category
We are in the process of gathering relevant information to meet these 14 challenges. If you would like to contribute to the information collected below, please contact us by email.

Contact details for each of the resources mentioned are available at the bottom of this page.

 

ASD CHALLENGE

INTERVENTIONS

 

1. Understanding the implications of an autism diagnosis
Post diagnostic discussion (s) and individualised counsellingThe provision of good quality education and information packs for individuals, families/carers along with appropriate verbal discussion at time of need. Use of visual props if needed. Signposting to useful websites and forums.
Autism Initiatives provides:

  • A range of person centred services throughout the UK. The charity provides services to children and adults, and encompasses education, residential houses, supported living and outreach services.
  • Employs a Practice Support Team, which supports their autism practice. The team assists staff so that they can deliver the most effective support to the service users.

Autism Network Scotland provides:

  • Connects and communicates with those interested in the field of autism. We are a signpost for autism professionals and practitioners, people with autism, their families and carers toward examples of good practice, resources and useful information.

National Autistic Society provides:

  • A UK charity for Autism, they provide information, support, and specialist services. They provide information, support and pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for people with autism.
  • Autism Helpline provides impartial, confidential advice and support on autism for anyone affected by, or researching autism.

Scottish Autism provides:

  • Autism-specific services in Scotland. They help those diagnosed with autism to lead full and enriched lives and become valuable members of the community they live in.
  • Right Click is an online programme for parents and carers to provide information and support at times when you need it most. Aims to share our knowledge and experience which will enable you to further understand autism and develop effective skills and strategies to support your family.

Barnardo’s provides:

  • Barnardo’s works directly with over 200,000 children, young people and their families every year. They are one of the largest charity providers of family placement in the UK and offer a diverse range of services, meeting the ever-changing needs of children and young people.They also understand the needs of children and young people who do not flourish in mainstream education and help them gain the adequate skills to go find work and pursue a career.
  • CYGNET programme – CYGNET provides autism parenting support and practitioner training programmes that have been developed to build knowledge, skills and support to make a difference in families and communities.

Contact a Family provides:

  • Contact a Family provides support, advice and information for families with disabled children, no matter what their condition or disability.

Healthtalk.org provides:

  • Online resource offering experiences from young people and adults who have experienced autism firsthand, either as a person on the spectrum, or as a family member or carer.

I am Special workbook

  • Developed by Peter Vermeulen, and used extensively with young people with autism spectrum disorder, the workbook is designed for a child to work through with an adult – parent, teacher or other professional.

Jessica Kingsley Publishers provides:

  • A selection of books on autism for purchase

Mindroom provides:

  • Direct help and support for people with learning disabilities, high-profile conferences and collaborative multi-disciplinary diagnostic centres

NHS Education for Scotland (NES) provides:

  • An online learning resource on Autism Spectrum Disorders  for any professional who is working in the health care system at the primary care level.
  • Autism publications for practitioners

Quarriers provides:

  • Scottish charity which helps support and care for children, adults and families in their lives.
  • They provide friendship groups to help children and young people.

Research Autism provides:

  • An independent, non-profit making charitable Trust committed to improving the lives of people with autism through research into therapeutic or remedial interventions.

SIGN provides:

  • Patient booklets which are based on clinical guidelines.These patient booklets explain the recommendations in the clinical guideline; and help to make patients aware of the tests and treatments they should expect to receive from the NHS.

The Autism Toolbox provides:

  • A resource to support the inclusion of children and young people with autism spectrum disorder in mainstream education services in Scotland.

The Cambridge Autism Research Centre provides:

  • The mission of the ARC is to understand the biomedical causes of autism spectrum conditions, and develop new and validated methods for assessment and intervention. The ARC fosters collaboration between scientists in Cambridge University and outside, to accelerate this mission.

The Scottish Government provides:

  • As part of Getting it Right for Every Child (GIRFEC), a Universal Pathway for care for children

Tony Attwood’s web site provides:

  • A guide for parents, professionals and people with Asperger’s Syndrome and their partners.
2. Development of effective means of communication
Individualised language therapy assessment. Updated as required. Alternative and augmentative communication systems introduced where required. Work to ensure language system (regardless of form) is used functionally and is therefore effective on an individual basis. Teaching/learning on internet etiquette and supervision.
The Scottish Government provides:

  • A Right to Speak programme, providing support to individuals who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC).  This programme centers on supporting people in Scotland who use AAC, helping them become fully included in society

 

The National Autistic Society provides:

 

Barnardo’s provides:

  • CYGNET programme – CYGNET provides autism parenting support and practitioner training programmes that have been developed to build knowledge, skills and support to make a difference in families and communities.

CALL Scotland provides:

NHS provides:

  • Speech and Language Therapy

The Hanen Centre provides:

  • The Hanen Centre is a Canadian charitable organization with a global reach. They work to provide parents, caregivers, early childhood educators and speech-language pathologists with the knowledge and training they need to help young children develop the best possible language, social and literacy skills. This includes children with or at risk of language delays and those with developmental challenges such as Autism Spectrum Disorder.
3. Social communication
Targeted social communication programmes delivered either individually or in a group setting as required and appropriate to the individual to include internet etiquette and promotion of online safety.
National Autistic Society provides:

AAC Scotland provides:

Emotion Works provides:

  • Training and resources on practical and inclusive approach to emotional education is relevant for children of all ages and stages of development.

Local authorities and schools provide:

  • Educational psychologists
  • Outreach teachers

NHS provides:

  • Learning disability nurses

Social Skills Central provides:

Storybooks with information about autism and diversity:

The Autism Toolbox provides:

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) provides:

4. Developing and maintaining relationships
Work to assess the understanding of relationships and promotion of skills to develop relationships including sexuality issues and intimate relationships. Access to social groups, friendship circles etc
National Autistic Society provides:

Caledonia Youth provides:

  • Web-based information on topics including “Managing Your Relationships” and “Discovering Your Sexuality”

Dates-n-Mates provides:

  • Dates-n-Mates is Scotland’s national dating and friendship agency run by and for adults with learning difficulties.

Respect Me provides:

  • Scotland’s Anti-Bullying Service provides web-based resources
  • Annual conference offers practitioners the opportunity to attend three practical workshops, delivered by a range of partners around the theme of bullying.

 

Share Special provides:

  • Curriculum materials on Sex and Relationships Education for young people with moderate or severe learning difficulties and/or autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) in educational settings.
5. Social isolation for individual with autism
Accessible social groups and opportunities, support in the community. Befrienders. Respect the need to be alone at times. Acceptance by families that friendships can take many forms
Education Scotland provides:

  • X-plore is a Community Learning and Development (CLD) youth work project aimed at 11-18-year-olds. The project works in partnership with a number of agencies to deliver a range of learning, leisure and social activities which promote social inclusion and meet the needs of young people in the local community.

CoderDojo Scotland provides:

  • CoderDojo Scotland is part of a global collaboration which provides free coding clubs for young people. It enables them to learn everything they need to become a great programmer whilst providing a safe, fun and sociable environment to do it in.

ENABLE Scotland provides:

  • Befriending opportunities for individuals with autism.

Euan’s Guide provides:

  • A directory of businesses and attractions throughout Scotland and the UK, reviewed by web site users for their level of disabled access.

Turning Point Scotland provides:

  • The service provides support for adults who have a learning disability, autism or acquired brain injury.

Wrong Planet provides:

  • Wrong Planet is the web community designed for individuals (and parents / professionals of those) with Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, ADHD, PDDs, and other neurological differences. We provide a discussion forum, where members communicate with each other, an article section, with exclusive articles and how-to guides, a blogging feature, and a chatroom for real-time communication with other Aspies.
6. Social isolation for family
Family/ Partner/ Carer support, opportunity for respite. Access to autism friendly environments
National Autistic Society provides:

  • The Family Programme provides information and advice to families of children and young people with autism up to the age of 18, in Scotland.  The programme is run by The National Autistic Society Scotland, and free to families. It is based at Daldorch House School in Ayrshire.
  • Autism Helpline provides impartial, confidential advice and support on autism for anyone affected by, or researching autism.

Scottish Autism provides:

  • A dedicated team of experienced autism advisors who are on hand to provide emotional and practical support to families and professionals. Whether it is signposting to particular services, information on getting a diagnosis or just someone to talk to who understands, they have someone who can help.

Aberlour provides: 

  • A range of support services through outreach and residential short breaks to families who have children and young people, up to age 18 years.

Barnardo’s provides:

  • A charity organisation who offer support to families of individuals with disabilities. They meet with the family and any other relevant person / professional to discuss the difficulties which exist, and agree on a plan of work with the family which will outline the level of support and advice, frequency of contact and types of support.
  • Support groups for children and families

Calvert Trust provides:

  • Enables people with disabilities, together with their families and friends, to achieve their potential through the challenge of outdoor adventure in the countryside.

Carers Trust/Princess Royal Trust provides:

  • Comprehensive carers support services in Scotland through a unique network of independent carers centres and young carers services (Network Partners) throughout Scotland.

Dimensions UK provides:

  • Autism Friendly Screenings at over 250 cinemas in partnership with Cineworld, ODEON, Showcase and Vue cinemas. Every month, each participating cinema shows a different film from a selection of new releases and classics suitable for all age ranges.

Mellow Parenting provides:

  • Mellow Parenting is a family of programmes developed to support parents and their children in making good relationships.

One Parent Families Scotland provides:

  • Support to build improved family relationships by offering parenting skills, advocacy, activities, signposting, mentoring, and single parent groups and parents support each other through our peer mentoring programmes.

Quarriers provides:

Shared Care Scotland provides:

  • A national charity that works to improve the quality, choice and availability of short break (respite care) provision across Scotland, for the benefit of carers and the people they care for.
7. Learning to learn skills
A functional assessment of the person’s cognitive abilities and learning style leading to a planned programme both directly with the individual and indirectly with the family, carers etc. Formal psychometric testing may be conducted if appropriate to inform intervention
National Autistic Society provides:

Scottish Autism provides:

  • Knowledge Share events – seminars based on supporting individuals with autism to acquire and develop skills for independent living.

Autism Toolbox provides:

  • The Autism Toolbox is a resource to support the inclusion of children and young people with autism spectrum disorder in mainstream education services in Scotland.

ENABLE Scotland provides:

  • Together with many partners, works to enable young people with disabilities to develop their skills and talents, allowing a transition from school to adult life.

Local authorities and schools provide:

  • Educational psychologists
  • Outreach teachers

Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability provides:

  • SCLD is a consortium of partner organisations who work together to encourage best practice in the support of people with learning disabilities through training, information, research and public education. They work alongside people with learning disabilities and family carers in everything they do.
8. Predicting and managing change
Timely individual direct work with individuals to teach methods where required. Family/carer /employer guidance/education in these methodsVisual supports; timetables, timers, text alerts, choice boards etc to be used as appropriate
Autism Network Scotland provides:

  • An Employment Network for those with an interest in autism and employment. Find out about what projects and services currently exist, discuss what makes the difference for positive employment experiences and share ideas on the next steps to achieving more successful outcomes in the workplace.

National Autistic Society provides:

  • Working with Remploy, the National Autistic Society aims to increase the number of autistic people who are entering employment.
  • They assist in developing skills that are relevant to entering into a working environment, including self-confidence and CV writing.

Scottish Autism provides:

  • Information resources on a range of day to day topics and issues. Their information development is based on their knowledge and understanding of the common challenges that arise for people.

Autism Toolbox provides:

  • Resource provided by the Scottish Government to be used with autistic children within mainstream schools.
  • Sections of the toolbox deal with transitions, providing information and support for changes throughout the day

ENABLE Scotland provides:

  • ENABLE Scotland is a dynamic charity run by its members. They work for a better life for children and adults who have learning disabilities. They support people who have learning disabilities and their families to live, work and take part in their communities.

Enquire provides:

  • The Scottish advice service for additional support for learning, Enquire has lots of practical advice and information about the education and additional support needs system in Scotland. Enquire will explain how the system may relate to your situation and advise you on possible ways forward.

IWORK4ME provides:

  • Supported self-employed initiative programme targeted towards people who need extra support to become self-employed.
  • Providing people with autism information and support regarding the benefits of becoming self-employed. Ongoing support through business advice and mentoring.

Local Authority Education provides:

  • Risk assessment for individuals, allowing educators/social work to consider chance of successful transition of individual.

Skills Development Scotland provides:

  • Online questionnaire specific for young people with autism, helping them during transition and to plan their future career.

Social Work provides:

  • Individuals are assisted by community social work to ensure that they have a successful transition

The Shirlie Project provides:

  • Employment services
9. Behaviour and emotional regulation protecting wellbeing
Knowledge development in understanding behaviour in the context ofASD. Individual work with the individual on assessing behaviour, recognising triggers and developing and managing the implementation of strategies to help. Behaviour support plans, cognitive interventions, psychotherapy or counselling as required and indicated by life circumstances eg around transitions of all types including bereavement. Work with the individual’s family/carers, criminal justice, social work, Police as appropriate. Autism Alert card possession
National Autistic Society provides:

  • Autism Alert Cards can be carried by a person who has autism and used in situations where communication may be difficult. The alert card, developed in consultation with adults who have autism and parents, is designed to tell people about the condition and asks them to show respect and tolerance.
  • Social stories and comic strip conversations 

Scottish Autism provides:

  • Right Click is an online programme for parents and carers to provide information and support at times when you need it most. Aims to share our knowledge and experience which will enable you to further understand autism and develop effective skills and strategies to support your family.

Aberlour provides:

  • Supports young people between the ages 11-18 who are experiencing social, behavioural or emotional difficulties which impact on their education.

Autism Argyll provides:

  • Bereavement Box,“ a collection of resources to help people with ASD at times of bereavement

Autism Toolbox provides:

Emotion Works provides:

  • Training and resources on practical and inclusive approach to emotional education is relevant for children of all ages and stages of development.

Living Life to the Full web site provides:

  • The Living Life to the Full course is a free online life skills course that aims to provide access to high quality, practical and user-friendly training in life skills.

NHS provides:

  • Speech and Language Therapy

NHS Education for Scotland (NES) provides:

  • An online learning resource on Autism Spectrum Disorders  for any professional who is working in the health care system at the primary care level.
  • Autism publications for practitioners

Police Scotland provides:

  • Developing services targeted to third party groups, such as reporting centres and hate crime reporting services.

SIGN and NICE provide:

  • Guidelines on assessment, diagnosis and interventions for autism

The Hanen Centre provides:

  • The Hanen Centre is a Canadian charitable organization with a global reach. They work to provide parents, caregivers, early childhood educators and speech-language pathologists with the knowledge and training they need to help young children develop the best possible language, social and literacy skills. This includes children with or at risk of language delays and those with developmental challenges such as Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Think Good Feel Good a Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) workbook

10. Restricted and repetitive interests and behavioursAssessment and positive day to day management on an individualised basis. Treatment by mental health clinician if required National Autistic Society provides:

  • Provides family programmes offering workshops to parents based on challenging behaviours such as sleep, toileting, and sensory issues.
  • Socialeyes

Scottish Autism provides:

  • A range of services available are designed to support adults through their whole life journey and enhance the quality and potential of individuals’ lives and experiences.

A Survival Guide for People with Asperger Syndrome – free online book by Marc Segar

Emotion Works provides:

  • Training and resources on practical and inclusive approach to emotional education is relevant for children of all ages and stages of development.

NHS provides:

  • Clinical psychology services
  • Post-diagnosis education programme

The Autism Toolbox provides:

11. Motivation issuesStructured programmes as appropriate to the individual linking to the other core challenges as required. Career guidance, employer/HE/FE support. Aberlour provides:

  • Supports young people between the ages 11-18 who are experiencing social, behavioural or emotional difficulties which impact on their education.

Autism Toolbox provides:

  • The Autism Toolbox is a resource to support the inclusion of children and young people with autism spectrum disorder in mainstream education services in Scotland.

Cornerstone provides:

  • Encouraging people with disabilities to achieve their goals, while increasing diversity in the workplace, Cornerstone’s Employment Service provides advice and training for people with disabilities and additional support needs to enable them to gain employment.

Capability Scotland provides:

  • Offers employment help and advice through their Employment Services. Offers advice and support for jobseekers and employers.

ENABLE Scotland provides:

  • The ENABLE Scotland Employment service can help find jobs. They match available jobs to the individual’s skills. They can also provide training for things that you want to learn more about like using computers.

IntoWork provides:

  • Intowork is a specialised employment support service for disabled jobseekers across Edinburgh, East and Midlothian. They specialise in services to people with Autistic Spectrum Conditions and Acquired Brain Injury to help them reach their employment goals. This includes people with Asperger Syndrome and people recovering from strokes.

IWORK4ME provides:

  • Supported self-employed initiative programme targeted towards people who need extra support to become self-employed.
  • Providing people with autism information and support regarding the benefits of becoming self-employed. Ongoing support through business advice and mentoring.

Living Life to the Full  provides:

  • The Living Life to the Full course is a free online life skills course that aims to provide access to high quality, practical and user-friendly training in life skills.

Skills Development Scotland provides:

  • In support of youth employment, SDS is one of the delivery partners for the Scottish Government’s guaranteed offer of a place in education or training for all 16 to 19-year-olds through Opportunities for All. With partners, SDS delivers face to face career information, advice and guidance in schools and SDS centres, as well as support through a contact centre and a dynamic web service My World of Work.

 

12. Sensory issues
Assessment of sensory difficulties. Identification and implementation of strategies. Environmental adaptation on an individual basis with individual control working towards reducing the impact of sensory sensitivities
National Autistic Society provides:

Autism Toolbox provides:

  • Contains information on sensory issues experienced by early years, primary and secondary children.

Caudwell Children provides:

  • Family support services, equipment, treatment and therapies for disabled children and their families across the UK.

NHS provides:

Sensory Integration Network provides:

  • The SI Network (UK & Ireland) is a not-for-profit organisation, promoting education, good practice and research into the theory and practice of Ayres’ Sensory Integration. We support those with sensory processing difficulties (also called sensory integration dysfunction or sensory processing disorder)

The Lord’s Taverners provides:

  • The Lord’s Taverners is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of specially-adapted minibuses, sports wheelchairs, sensory & soft play and outdoor play equipment, enabling young people with disabilities to enjoy sporting and recreational activities.
13. Daily living skills
Assessment of core life skills as required across the lifespan and to take account of changing needs at various transitions. Specific individual programmes to teach and maintain these skills where needed. Involvement of families/carers in assessment and implementation of new learningEducation for families/employers/ care providers/housing dept re practical needs
Autism Initiatives provides:

Scottish Autism provides:

  • Tools to assess daily living skills of individuals.
  • A range of services available are designed to support adults through their whole life journey and enhance the quality and potential of individuals’ lives and experiences.

Cornerstone provides:

  • Community Support services provide individualised support to build self-confidence and independence, helping people to get the most from life. They are designed to provide a wide range of support from domiciliary care to social support and are flexible to meet the needs of each individual.

KEY Housing provides:

  • KEY is a registered social landlord (housing association) providing housing within 15 local authority areas across Scotland. Almost all of this housing is let to people with learning disabilities. They also have a small number of properties which are allocated on a general needs basis.

The Richmond Fellowship provides:

  • The Richmond Fellowship Scotland supports over 200 individuals across Scotland with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Range of services offered by their Positive Behaviour Support Teams well as specialised training and mentoring for staff teams, such as Person-specific Autism Spectrum Disorder training.

Turning Point Scotland provides:

  • Bringing a range of expertise in supporting adults with challenging and complex needs the service is clustered in and around the towns of Dumfries, Newton Stewart, Castle Douglas and Stranraer. Our staff are able to access more remote rural locations to ensure that isolation is not a barrier to support.
14. Co existing conditions- examples
epilepsy, dyspraxia, dyslexia, disorders of attention, sensory impairment, anxiety, sleep disorder, addiction, anger management, depression, self harm, psychosis, personality disorder, OCD, disordered eating patterns etcThese require assessment and treatment/management by appropriate specialist clinician. Joint working is crucial across specialities with a clear case co-ordinating lead identified.
The National Autistic Society provides:

Contact a Family provides:

  • Charity supporting families who have a child or young adult with a disability.

Dyslexia Scotland provides:

  • Support people affected by dyslexia, and campaign on their behalf, in many different ways. Whether through the national helpline, our branch network or online in the Members’ area, they raise awareness and campaign for change.

Epilepsy Scotland provides:

  • Information ranging from a quick starter guide to epilepsy or more specific information on treatment, supports

Healthtalk.org provides:

  • Online resource offering experiences from young people and adults who have experienced autism firsthand, either as a person on the spectrum, or as a family member or carer.
  • Also offers experiences from others on number of different health concerns, conditions and diseases.

National Deaf Children’s Society provides:

Sleep Scotland provides:

  • Charity promoting health sleeping in children and young adults through education, sleep counselling and self-awareness.  Working with people who have additional support needs with sleep problems.
  • Provide sleep counselling – working with parents, carers, and other professionals to examine sleep patterns, providing behavioural and cognitive techniques to improve sleeping.

Thistle Foundation provides:

  • Lifestyle management course for people with disabilities and health conditions

CONTACT DETAILS FOR NATIONAL RESOURCES

AAC Scotland/CALL Scotland
University of Edinburgh
Moray House, Paterson’s Land
Holyrood Road
Edinburgh
EH8 8AQ
Telephone: 0131 651 6235

Aberlour
36 Park Terrace
Stirling
FK8 2JR
Telephone: 01786 450335

Autism Argyll
Autism Argyll
40 Union Street
Lochgilphead
Argyll
PA31 8JS
Telephone: 01546 600004

Autism Initiatives
11 Granton Square
Edinburgh
EH5 1HX
Telephone: 01315 517260

Autism Network Scotland
Level 6, Curran Building
The University of Strathclyde
141 St James Road
Glasgow
G4 0NS
Telephone:0141 444 8146

Barnardo’s
Tanners Lane
Barkingside
Ilford
Essex
IG6 1QG
Telephone: 0208 550 8822

Caledonia Youth
5 Castle Terrace
EDINBURGH
EH1 2DP
Telephone: 0131 2291402

Calvert Trust
contact via online form

The Cambridge Autism Research Centre
(online resource)

Capability Scotland
Head Office, Westerlea
11 Ellersly Road
Edinburgh
EH12 6HY
Telephone: 01313 379876

Caudwell Children
Minton Hollins
Shelton Old Road
Stoke-on-Trent
Staffordshire
ST4 7RY
Telephone: 0845 300 1348

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP)
33 Vauxhall Bridge Road
London SW1V 2WG
Telephone: 0870 000 3344

CoderDojo Scotland
contact via email
Science Centre
Glasgow
G24 6HJ

Contact a Family
Craigmillar Social Enterprise & Arts Centre
11/9 Harewood Road
Edinburgh
EH16 4NT
Telephone: 0131 659 2930
Free helpline: 0808 808 3555

Dates-n-Mates
C/O C-Change
Melisa House
Brand Place
Glasgow
G51 1DR
Telephone: 0141 427 2957

Dimensions UK
Telephone: 0300 303 9001

Dyslexia Scotland
2nd floor – East Suite
Wallace House
17 – 21 Maxwell Place
Stirling
FK8 1JU
Telephone: 01786 446650

ENABLE Scotland
Fife Services
5-21 Alexander House
Dysart
Fife
KY1 2XX
Telephone (Enable Direct): 0300 0200 101

Emotion Works
contact via email

Epilepsy Scotland
Orchard Brae House
30 Queensferry Road
Edinburgh
EH4 2HG
Telephone: 08088 002200

Euan’s Guide
10 Constitution Street
Edinburgh
EH6 7BT
Telephone: 01315 105106

The Hanen Centre
1075 Bay Street, Suite 515
Toronto, Ontario
Canada  M5S 2B1
Telephone: +1 416 921 1073

Healthtalk.org
(online resource)

IntoWork
Norton Park
57 Albion Road
Edinburgh
EH7 5QY
Telephone: 01314 752600

IWORK4ME
c/o Autism Initiatives UK
11 Granton Square
Edinburgh
EH5 1HX
Contact via web form

Jessica Kingsley Publishers
73 Collier Street
London
N1 9BE
Telephone: 02078 332307

KEY Housing
The Square
70 Renton Street
Glasgow
G4 0HT
Telephone: 0141-342 1890

Living Life to the Full
contact via email

The Lord’s Taverners
90 Chancery Lane
London
WC2A 1EU
Telephone: 020 7025 0000

Mellow Parenting
Unit 4
Six Harmony Row
Glasgow G51 3BA
Telephone: 0141 445 6120

Mindroom
Norton Park
57 Albion Road
Edinburgh
EH7 5QY
Telephone: 0131 475 2330

National Autistic Society (Scotland)
Central Chambers
1st Floor
109 Hope Street
Glasgow
G2 6LL
Tel: 01412 218090

National Deaf Children’s Society
Telephone: 08088 008880

NHS Education for Scotland (NES)
Westport 102
West Port
Edinburgh
EH3 9DN
Telephone:  0131 656 3200

NICE
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
10 Spring Gardens
London
SW1A 2BU
Telephone:0300 323 0140

One Parent Families Scotland
13 Gayfield Square
Edinburgh
EH1 3NX
Helpline: 0808 801 0323

Police Scotland

Quarriers
Quarriers Village
Bridge of Weir
PA11 3SX
Telephone: 01505 612224

Research Autism
Adam House
1 Fitzroy Square
London
W1T 5HE
Telephone: 020 3490 3091

Respect Me
Brunswick House
51 Wilson Street
Glasgow
G1 1UZ
Telephone: 0844 800 8600

The Richmond Fellowship
contact via web form

Scottish Autism
Hilton House, Alloa Business Park
Whins Road
Alloa
FK10 3SA
Telephone: 01259 720044

Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability
6th Floor, Merchant Exchange
20 Bell Street
Glasgow
G1 1LG
Telephone: 0141 559 5720

The Scottish Government

Sensory Integration Network
SI Network (UK & Ireland) Ltd
27A High Street
Theale
RG7 5AH
Telephone: 0118 324 1588

Share Special
contact via web form

Me-and-Us Ltd
19 Bainbridge Road
Sedbergh
Cumbria
LA10 5AU

The Shirlie Project
40 Longman Drive
Inverness
IV1 1SU
Telephone:  01463 716179

SIGN
Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network
Healthcare Improvement Scotland
Gyle Square
1 South Gyle Crescent
Edinburgh
EH12 9EB
Telephone: 0131 623 4720

Skills Development Scotland
Find your local office here

Social Skills Central
contact via web form
Guidance Group Digital, LLC
1 Huntington Quadrangle, Suite: 1N03
Melville, NY 11747
USA

Thistle Foundation
Niddrie Mains Road
Edinburgh
EH16 4EA
Telephone: 0131 661 3366

Tony Attwood’s web site
(online resource)

Turning Point Scotland
Newall House
22 Newall Terrace
Dumfries, DG1 1LW
Telephone: 01387 247123

Wrong Planet
(online resource)