All Virtual Networks can be used by their members to link together between meetings, jointly work on documents via the site, share information and make contact. Other members may wish to use this area to ask more experienced colleagues for support and advice and communicate virtually.

Borders Area

This is a network for practitioners working within the Borders area to link together to share information and support. Find out what others in the area are doing and make links with other practitioners or use the network to make contact with those you already have links with.

Register your interest:

Members please click here.
Non-Members please email Autism.network@strath.ac.uk.

Dumfries & Galloway

This network is for practitioners working in Dumfries & Galloway to link together to share information and support. Find out what others in the area are doing and make links with other practitioners or use the network to make contact with those you already have links with.

Members please click here.
Non-Members please email Autism.network@strath.ac.uk.

Dundee

The Dundee Virtual Network is an exciting opportunity for people from in and around Dundee to share information, ideas and solutions.   It is also a chance for you to receive local and national updates about what is happening in relation to autism.

Members please click here.
Non-Members please email Autism.network@strath.ac.uk.

Early Years Network

This is a network for practitioners assisting children on the autistic spectrum across Early Years provision. Join us to share information, resources and advice. This group might be of particular interest to Nursery and Primary teachers, Childhood Development and Early Years officers, Speech and Language therapists and Education Support staff.

Register your interest:

Members please click here.
Non-Members please email Autism.network@strath.ac.uk

Education

This is a network for professionals assisting individuals on the autistic spectrum in nursery, primary and secondary education. Join us to share information, resources and advice. This group might be of particular interest to primary and secondary teachers, nursery staff/teachers and education support staff.

Register your interest:

Members please click here.
Non-Members please email Autism.network@strath.ac.uk

Employment

A network for those working in assisting individuals on the autistic spectrum in employment and day time occupational activities. Join us to share information, resources and advice. Discuss projects and services that currently exist to support individuals on the autism spectrum in occupational, employment and training activities and find out what other professionals do to cross reference and refer.

Register your interest:

Members please click here.
Non-Members please email Autism.network@strath.ac.uk

Fife

The Fife Virtual Network is an exciting opportunity for people from in and around Fife to share information, ideas and solutions.   It is also a chance for you to receive local and national updates about what is happening in relation to autism.

Members please click here.
Non-Members please email Autism.network@strath.ac.uk.

North Lanarkshire

Share experience, knowledge and ideas relating to autism, whilst accessing various forms of community support and aiding the improvement of autism services. Keep up-to-date with the most relevant information in autism support and associated legislation.

Registration is simple and will allow members to access the secure service and get involved. Simply sign up online for free membership with Autism Network Scotland and choose to become a member of the North Lanarkshire Virtual Network.

This comes as a result of the collaborative work between Autism Network Scotland, North Lanarkshire Council, NHS Lanarkshire, HOPE for Autism and other local autism services. Part of North Lanarkshire’s Autism Action Plan, the Virtual Network aims to ensure that people affected by autism are connected to the wider community in a way that best fits their needs and aspirations.

Members please click here.
Non-Members please email Autism.network@strath.ac.uk.

Shetland Virtual Network

This is a network for professionals working within the Shetland Islands to share information and advice. Find out what others in the area are doing and make links with other practitioners or use the network to make contact with those you already have links with.

Members please click here.
Non-Members please email Autism.network@strath.ac.uk

Transitions

A network for those assisting individuals on the autistic spectrum in transitions through life to share information and advice regarding the specific needs of those on the spectrum at these stages. This network could be relevant for a range of practitioners such as teachers, psychologists, careers advisors, care workers, further and higher education staff, and employment workers amongst others.

Register your interest:

Members please click here.
Non-Members please email Autism.network@strath.ac.uk

If you wish to register your interest in joining one of the listed networks or if there is any other network you would like to establish, please email us on autism.network@strath.ac.uk or call 0141 444 8146.