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Talk about Autism is the UK's largest online autism community. We have a team of moderators - and it's friendly - our community is supportive and welcoming to new members. You can discuss anything related to autism.

New to the community? Please start a discussion and tell us a bit about yourself. If you need some help getting started don't hesitate to contact us and we'll do our best to assist you.

You can find us on the homepage under 'Talk to others'.

Talk about Autism was created in partnership with TalkTalk. 

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Welcome to members! Come and introduce yourself.

Tue 01 Sep 2015 10:34am

Welcome to the forum!

What’s it all about? As the name suggests, this is a space to talk about autism with others.

You can share your thoughts and experiences, frustrations, joys and anything at all related to autism!

We want this to be a safe and friendly space to chat.

Here you can introduce yourself to the community. You might want to share a hobby or interest or your connection with autism.If you've been a member of the community for a while,...


petra's place - new therapy centre in london

Tue 14 Aug 2018 8:57am

...The new Petra’s Place centres offer a child and family-centred responsive space where children aged 18 months to 4 years on the autistic spectrum will receive an individual programme of support to develop strength and resilience before they enter the education system...


Autism Books


Autism Books

Tue 04 May 2010 9:44am

Please feel free to add books that you feel are worth a read Smile

I know from personal experience that there are lots out there and it helps to be guided. 

If you could give a mini review that would be very much appreciated :) 


tina brown - and asperger's son, george

Tue 03 Jan 2012 12:38pm

...George, who has Asperger’s syndrome, lives in a group home on Cape Cod...

...“George is a challenged boy. There are a lot of issues that have been very demanding for us as parents. But when you have a kid that has a disability, you are so thrilled by the small triumphs. They are more important than getting into Ivy League universities.

When I hear that George passed his driving test or that he graduated from community college or that he got a job at a little arts...

Jack reaches the finish.

byJack D OU student
Jack D OU student

Jack reaches the finish.

Tue 31 Jul 2018 11:17am

My latest YouTube update. 

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