Let me tell you a little bit about us and what we do

Resources for Autism is a registered charity. We provide practical services for children and adults with a diagnosis of autism and for those who love and care for them.

We have a team of trained, enthusiastic and kind staff and volunteers offering a wide range of support. All our staff are autism specialists who understand communication and sensory needs.

Read more about our services here.

You can also get involved. We want the very best staff and the keenest volunteers: Find out how here.

We are a registered charity and rely on donations and there are many ways you can help: See how here.

We are supported by some wonderful organisations: Find out about them here.

We operate in London and the West Midlands: Here you will find the details.

We are proud of the service that we provide and you can: See our impact here.

And if you already know the service you want, please fill in and submit a referral form: Referral Form here.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words? Have a look

Kind words from some of our families


(Parent of a 14 year old member of a West Midlands Saturday Group)

He absolutely loves going and seems to try all the activities. He is learning turn taking and how he communicates that is very positive ( rather than in a negative way). The team are really fabulous and give time on pick up to chat and share how he’s been. It gives B time to engage with his peers in a supportive environment and gives me time to spend solely with my daughter. It’s a great place for B to be without his parents, becoming himself but somewhere he is safe and understood. The range of activities is amazing.

(Mum of an attendee at our young adult women's group)

she gained much, not least a small ongoing group of very good and supportive friends, that makes navigating the world just a little bit easier. And vital, quite literally, in terms of avoiding loneliness and isolation...
As her mum, this is also hugely significant for me too!

(Parent of one of our Summer Scheme Attendees)

I would like to say a big thank you and well done to all concerned in the running of the summer scheme at Baskerville School, my son really enjoyed himself and for us as a family, knowing that he was in a secure happy environment was priceless. It allowed us to continue to work and it allowed D down time around his peers being supported by staff that care and have an understanding of him, he really enjoyed all of the activities and came home happy each day. I cannot thank you all enough.