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 If you have a question about anything to do with Autism or Asperger's, we would recommend you ask the wonderful parents and carers on our forums directly.

If you are a researcher or have a question about the site, please use the form below.



Events and Conferences

 ASDFriendly may be able to provide a speaker for your event or conference. 

ASDFriendly volunteer speakers are parents who live with autism and have first hand knowledge of social care, medical and education provision for people with autism. The volunteers have experience of speaking at conferences and training events, and offer a perspective that is moving, challenging and sharply focused on the needs and welfare of people with autism.

Our speakers speak for us all at ASDFriendly. They will show and tell you exactly what it is like to live with autism.

Please use the 'Contact Us' form to discuss this further.


What does ASDfriendly mean to me?

To be able to talk to friends and not be judged, to be able to say whatever and they're not shocked. I really wanted to help other families not go through what I did with my aspergers son and to talk to other families about what to do, what to avoid, not to take this that or the other with my youngest autistic son. And to be there for others when they feel battered and flung through the wringer.

I have made some really special unique friends and I can't imagine a day without them now. They make me laugh so much with a few words, or cry when things get really bad and I just want to run to them and just give them a cuddle. Because of ASDf, I don't feel alone anymore.

-- Snickas 

Upcoming Social Events

Legoland, Windsor.

Currently being rearranged due to wasp invasion!

Anyone is welcome. Full details of the meet on this thread.

London Lunch

Saturday 23rd October 2010

Parents' and Carers' Day Out (lunch and beyond!)

Full details on this thread.

Hope to see you there!

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