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Help and advice

From the Autism Helpline to our more specialist offerings, we are the outstanding source for advice and information. When you ring us, you'll be assured of friendly, impartial advice that takes your concerns seriously.
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Everything you need to know

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Autism Helpline

Do you need help or advice about autism from a friendly, impartial source? Our helpline is here for you.
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Education Rights Service

If you need support with your autistic child's access to education, our Education Rights Service can help.
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Welfare Rights Service

Our Welfare Rights Service offers advice and information on all aspects of social security benefit entitlement. 
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School Exclusions Service

Our School Exclusions Service offers help for autistic children and their parents on all aspects of school exclusion.
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Transition Support Service

Impartial, confidential information, advice and support for parents whose children are making the transition from school to adult life.
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Autism and Ageing Advice

We can offer advice and support on topics including benefits, care and housing for older people with autism.
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Community Care Service

Our Community Care Service offers advice about support from social services for autistic adults and children.
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Parent to Parent Service

Parent to Parent is a telephone service providing emotional support to parents and carers of autistic children or adults.
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Autism Services Directory

The Autism Services Directory is the most comprehensive database in the UK of autism-related services of all kinds.
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Help outside the UK

We are a UK charity, but we can provide information on where to look for help in other countries.
Autism Helpline Number: 0808 800 4104
Last updated: 24/03/2016 18:55:40