What Is Autism?
The medical advice relating to the corona virus is the same for anyone with Autism as for the general public. Please visit the NHS website here, for full details. We will bring you any further updates as they arrive.
Due to events beyond our control, the June training’s 2020 and January and June 2021 ARE NOW postponed. The venue also is staying shut until October 2021. Please see new dates for October 2021.
As you are aware the information regarding the spread and disruption the Corona-virus is causing is in a state of flux. With the government not giving coherent scientific guidance we have had to make a proactive decision with safety in mind for all. We have no idea how long this may last, so we will keep you informed as things may change.
Welcome to Autism Independent UK
(SFTAH) Reg. Charity# 803003
Autism Independent UK helps to increase awareness of autism to the notice of all, together with well established and newly developed approaches in the diagnosis, assessment, education and treatment.
The main goal is to improve the quality of life for persons with Autism, giving them a chance to take their rightful place within their local community where they can live, work and play.
Autism Independent UK (SFTAH) How to contact us.
Email : email@example.com/
Tel: +44 (0)1536 523274 Fax: +44 (0)1536 523274 (3 lines)
Address: 199-203 Blandford Ave, Kettering, Northants. NN16 9AT. UK.
DISCLAIMER: The (SFTAH) Autism Independent UK is a non-medical advice and information centre. It does not offer individual advice on health and would advise anybody seeking such advice to go to their own physician. Information given is for general use and should not be viewed as applicable to any individual situation. Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of information we do not take responsibility for its use by individuals.
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Complaints: email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01536523274 or post to. Admin, Autism Independent UK. 199-203 Blandford Ave. Kettering Northants. NN16 9at or direct your complaint to the charity’s commission quoting our charity # 803003 102 Petty France, Westminster, London SW1H 9AJ