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January 2011



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First Published Tuesday, 2 June 2009

Campaign for Change

Could your group lead the way in campaigning for local change?

With many of the decisions affecting people with autism and their families taken at local level, it’s essential that community groups are equipped with the skills they need to influence decision-makers in their area.

That’s why we’re launching the Autism Action Network an exciting new initiative to support local campaigning.

  • *Do you think that there should be more awareness of autism among professionals and the public?
  • *Is there a lack of educational provision for children with autism where you live?
  • *Do local families struggle to access short-break services?
  • *Are you a group of adults with autism who want to represent the views and interests of people with autism in your area?

If you are a member of a local autism group and would like to receive intensive and tailored support, including some financial assistance, to enable you to achieve positive and lasting change on one of the four areas above, please complete our online form.  Alternatively you can email campaign@nas.org.uk or call 020 7923 5799.

Initially the Autism Action Network will be open to autism groups in England only, but we would still like to hear from groups from across the UK who are interested in local campaigning. We may still be able to support you to take action now, and we plan to expand the network to include other nations in future.

How to get involved:

Autism Action Network: Find out more
Read about the support, training and resources we can give you to make your local campaigning more effective.

Contact the Autism Action Network
Get in touch with us today for more information about our Autism Action Network, and to find out how you can get involved!

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