Here are some links to useful organisations. Please note that these are recommended by our members but we are not endorsing them.
National Autistic Society website - a huge range of information and resources
Mental Health and Wellbeing:
Enfield Council Looking After Your Mental Health Wellbeing children and young persons' resource booklet (PDF)
North London NHS Looking After Your Mental Health young persons' resource leaflet (PDF)
Charlotte's Tandems website - a FREE service for cycling families with learning difficulties/disabled members
The Engine Shed - a monthly model train club for kids on the spectrum (or those who just love trains!) in Chingford: dates TBC
Enfield Council's Informed Families Information Service
SIBS website - for brothers and sisters of disabled children and adults
Autism Partnership website - AP UK use applied behavioural analysis (ABA) as an intervention - a way of enabling learning and development. It is not a cure for autism spectrum disorder but some people who have followed an ABA programme have been found to make substantial progress
Guidelines (PDF) to make your Church more Autism-friendly. Extremely interesting and well-written even if you are not currently attending a church!