Help us tell the UK what it's like to live with autism

Millions of people in the UK still don’t understand what it’s really like to live with autism. Please help us to tell them.

To mark our 50th birthday, we’re conducting our largest ever survey of people with autism and carers of people with autism, so we can get the most comprehensive picture yet of the lives of people affected by autism in the UK.

Please complete the survey by end of Monday 27 February.

50 years ago, we started as a small group of friends with a common purpose: to improve the lives and futures of children and adults affected by autism. We’re proud of our achievements but that doesn’t mean our mission is complete. By answering this survey, you’ll be providing us with up-to-date facts and figures to present to the public and to key decision-makers. Please help us continue to make a difference in raising public awareness and understanding of autism.

If you are not a person with autism or a carer of someone with autism living in the UK, please do not fill in this survey. But if you, or someone you care for, are living with autism please give us up to 20 minutes of your time to answer these questions.

Thank you for taking the time to help us. It is much appreciated.

Find out how else you can support us in our 50th year.


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