Helping to improve the lives of autistic people and their families in Wales.
Welcome to Autism Wales, the national autism site for Wales. On the site you will find information about what autism is, and what services and training opportunities are available online and across Wales. The website is helping to deliver the Welsh Government autism vision and strategy and has a key place in ensuring that Wales is an autism friendly nation.
There are also a wide range of free downloadable resources that have been developed with autistic people, parents/ carers and professionals from across Wales.
It is estimated that autism affects 1 in 100 people, together we can help improve the knowledge, awareness and understanding of autism to make positive and lasting changes to people’s lives.
If you want to contact us please use the contact page. For the most up to date information and to find out what is going on in Wales, please visit out news section regularly and make sure that you follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
A range of useful resources have been developed with autistic people. These can help with day to day activities and plans.
The resources within this section were developed in partnership with autistic people, parents/ carers, and professionals. The resources are aimed at increasing the knowledge, skills, understanding of autism and practical tools for parents/ carers of autistic people.
A series of resources have been developed aimed at the key stages of education. These resources include information to increase understanding and awareness and to also help address many of the barriers that an autistic learner may face.
A series of resources have been developed aimed at choosing the right career or job, securing and maintaining employment. These include practical tools for the autistic person and prospective/ current employers.
The resources within this section were developed in partnership with autistic people, parents/ carers, and professionals. The resources are aimed at increasing the knowledge, skills, and understanding of autism for health and social care professionals.