World Autism Awareness Week | 30 March to 5 April

Published: 31 March 2020

It’s World Autism Awareness Week! 30 March to 5 April. Here are some resources to help widen the understanding of Autism and the support available. Don't forget to like the Local Offer on Facebook.


Information and Buckinghamshire Support

The Autism Toolbox

This "Toolbox" brings together advice, local support, services, activities and resources relating to autism. The name toolbox has been chosen to reflect that anyone, with or without an autism diagnosis, parents and professionals can make use of this information which covers various topics.  

Telling children about Coronavirus.

Coronavirus social narrative

From the Autism Educator: A social story to share about the Coronavirus with those who have a SEND.

Raise awareness in the workplace

Free workplace pack for World Autism Awareness Week (NAS)

Learn more at home

Free school resources for World Autism Awareness Week (NAS)

The NAS has created learning resources for different key stages in line with the National Curriculum. They and are a great way to teach about being kind, learning about how we’re the same, and how we’re different, and understanding autism better.

Autism and the early years

Right from the start (Ambitious About Autism)

A guide to autism in the early years

Guide to GP appointments

Guide to booking an appointment

Did you know that when making a GP appointment for your child living with Autism, you are able to request simple changes to make the visit as comfortable as possible? Royal College of General Practitioners​ has created this helpful guide to booking an appointment.