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Advice and support
Our ambition is to ensure all autistic children and young people can learn, thrive and achieve and lead fulfilling lives
The Pears National Centre for Autism Education Woodside Avenue, London N10 3JA

Contact phone

020 8815 5444


All ages


Introduction to Incude Autism

We are the Ambitious about Autism Youth Patrons:  a group of autistic 16 - 25 year olds from across England. Some of us sit on the Youth Council, some on advisory board for external projects and others are on the Ambitious Youth Network and help us create content, run campaigns and lobby for change. We volunteer our time and expertise to help make the ordinary possible for other autistic young people through the projects we run.

For parents and carers of autistic children and young people

Top tips and practical resources for parents to help support their young people to access new opportunities. They  can highlight this toolkit and resources to leaders of their local youth groups to help develop groups and spaces which appeal to and include autistic children and young people.

How to use the Include Autism toolkit

We wanted the Include Autism toolkit to be as useful to as many people as possible. It opens with information about  autism and then splits into resiurces for youth group leaders, parents and autistic young people.

You can download one specific section or all of the sections. The toolkit is editable so that you can fill in section with your own information.

The Include Autism toolkit can also be used to start conversations about what autism is and help your young person feel comfortable in youth group environments. 

Updated: 14/07/2021