Signposting - Health & wellbeing - Specific conditions - The Wiltshire Autism Information Pack


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Section: Signposting

Subsection: Signposting - Health & wellbeing - Specific conditions

The Wiltshire Autism Information Pack

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A guide for parents and carers who look after someone on the Autistic Spectrum aged 0-25 years.

Has your child or young person recently been given a diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Condition (this term includes the whole Autism Spectrum including Asperger’s syndrome)? Or are you supporting or looking after someone with an Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) and are thinking “What do I do now?”, “Where can I go for support?”, and “Who can I turn to?”

This local information pack has been developed by parents and carers who have children and young people with ASCs themselves. It aims to signpost to relevant agencies, services and resources in Wiltshire which can help with concerns and questions. It also contains information on some national organisations, websites, books and resources that may be useful.

You can either download the whole pack or browse through it here online and print off the sections or pages that are relevant. The pack contains seven key sections, all colour coded to make finding them easier. The first two sections give information on support and services which cover all ages, and the next four sections focus on services specific to different age-ranges.

The final section: ‘resources’ covers information about Special Educational Needs support, and the Education, Health and Care (EHC) assessment and plans, Government legislation, the Adult Autism Strategy, as well as other really useful tools, books and websites.

You can view a copy Here

If you have any queries about this pack or have any difficulty contacting the services listed, please do get in touch with us on 01225 764647 or email

UPDATE – We are aware that some of the information in the Wiltshire Autism Information Pack is no longer current or relevant. WPCC are busy working on the pack to update the content. In the meantime, our friendly Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Service team can help you with up-to-date information and assist you with any other queries. Please contact them on 01225 764647 or email

Thank you for your patience and we will let you know as soon as the new content is available.