Autism Relationship Counselling service
At Relate Cambridgeshire we understand how complex relationships are and how difficult it can be communicating with a partner. This can be especially difficult for people affected by Autism who can experience differences in social communication and interaction, which can impact their relationships with others. The counsellors who deliver this service have received additional awareness and skills training that enables them to work effectively with clients affected by Autism. If you feel this service could be helpful for you can find out more here: (https://www.relate.org.uk/centre/cambridgeshire/services/autism-relationship-counselling) or email us at email@example.com or call us on 01302 347866.
The Neurodiverse Love podcast
Provides information on how other neurodiverse couples (ASD/NT) are navigating the ups and downs of their relationships. In addition, many professionals who work with neurodiverse couples also provide information about the strategies and tools they offer as therapists, counselors and coaches. To learn more about the Neurodiverse Love community you can check out the links below for the website and the podcast.
Prof. Tony Attwood
Leading authority on Asperger syndrome whose books and worldwide conferences have helped
many people become aware and understand more about this disorder.
His website is packed with information, latest research and news.
Cloud 9 Children’s Foundation (New Zealand)
Keeping the dream alive for children with Asperger syndrome.
Cloud 9 is there to provide information and support, to parents and professionals working with, or caring for, a child or teenager newly diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome.
Where necessary to provide information, to parents and professionals, about getting a diagnosis when they may have concerns about a child or teenager who has not yet had an official diagnosis; providing families with information about external support services and agencies who may be able to provide further assistance.
National Autistic Society (NAS)
393 City Road,
London EC1V 1NG
Tel: 020 7833 2299 Fax 020 7833 9666
Autism Helpline: 0870 600 8585
On Line Asperger syndrome Information & Support
This site has much to offer parents of children with Asperger syndrome