"To create a safe haven for autistic people and provide the best information and advice helping autistic people to be the best that they can be!"
welcome to voices for autism
We are an Autism Charity located in London (UK) for families who care for an Autistic person (0-25 years of age).
Every Autistic person and their family deserve great support, and Voices for Autism do just that.
Autism is a hidden disability and can often feel like a lonely place. Every person is affected differently, so our support will always be specific to you. Whether you are awaiting diagnosis or have already received a diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), we are here to help you navigate the journey.
Our Autism support group has been a great tool for many families over the years. The group not only listens, encourages and uplift families but provides you with the reassurance that you are doing a great job, no matter what and please remember that YOU matter!
Autism does not discriminate and can affect anyone regardless of ethnicity or race. This is why it is important for the Autism community to come together and support one another.
Voices for Autism has been created from the heart, the founder and volunteers are all parents/carers of an Autistic person.
Thanks for stopping by and welcome to the Voices for Autism community, very excited to have you here.
Let’s build a community, let’s build a voice!
what is autism?
4 Facts about Autism
Autism is a lifelong developmental disability that affects how a person communicates with and relates to other people. Autism also affects how they make sense of the world around them.
There are around 700,000 autistic adults and children in the UK alone
Autism is a spectrum condition which means that people with Autism have a range of difficulties in common, but the condition will affect them in different ways.
Many people with Autism are able to live independent lives but others need extra support, and long-term specialist support.
Autism is often diagnosed alongside some other conditions, here are a few examples:
- Fragile X syndrome
- Down Syndrome
- Hearing impairment