Finished at School: Our Finished at School campaign aims to secure more and better educational options for all young people with autism aged 16 – 25 to enable them to develop skills, gain employment, live more independently and ultimately to live the life they choose.

GOV.UK: The government's services and information website has a section on work and disabled people.

Healthtalkonline: Healthtalkonline has a section on its website about employment issues for people with autism, including real life stories. 

The National Autistic Society (NAS): NAS has a section on its website about employment.

Remploy: Remploy provides employment and training services to support disabled people and those experiencing complex barriers to work into gaining and retaining sustainable employment.
Tel: 0845 155 2700

Preparing for Adulthood: Preparing for Adulthood is a two year programme funded by the Department for Education. It aims to give young people with SEN and disabilities the best opportunities and support to succeed in education and their careers, live independently and healthily and be active members of their communities.

The Shaw Trust: Empowering disabled and disadvantaged people to improve their lives through employment and personal development.
Tel: 01225 716 300

Skill: National Bureau for Students with Disabilities: A national charity promoting opportunities for young people and adults with any kind of impairment in post-16 education, training and employment.