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Our resource library offers over 100 resources from the most respected voices sharing professional and lived experience of autism.
You can search for issue-specific video, audio and visual resources, designed and presented to empower you with the confidence and strategies you need to thrive.
all for just $30 per month
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Become a member today for unlimited access to our entire library of resources + specialist support. For just $30/month, you will receive tickets to our monthly live, online events (valued at $30 each) PLUS unlimited access to our extensive resource library, featuring presentations from the world's most renowned voices on autism. Join today and get 2 months free when you subscribe for 1 year.
Unlimited access to our entire resource library with over 100 specialist presentations in easy to access, bite-sized format.
Join our monthly live and interactive online events + engage via our members-only Q&A platform for expert and peer to peer support.
Digital Library Access
Membership gives you unlimited access to a wealth of strategies in video, audio and .pdf format to search by issue, view and implement on the spot.
You will also receive a ticket to every one of our monthly live & interactive online events (valued at $20 each) plus access to all past event recordings.
You'll be part of a community where you belong. Connecting, supporting and learning from other people who share your lived experience.
How we support you
We get it! Wading through the barrage of autism resources available online is overwhelming. There is just so much information - much of it misleading and some of it just plain wrong!
We bring you advice from the world's most respected voices, sharing a uniquely valuable combination of professional expertise and lived experience to help you understand your own experience and make sense of the world around you.
How to spot autism in High Masking Autistic Women
Do you feel like the authentic you is hiding behind a mask? Or maybe people have doubted the
legitimacy of your autism because of the mask you created?
Is a Fear of Misdiagnosis Holding You Back? And Do You Even Need a Formal Diagnosis?
Are you afraid of being misdiagnosed as "normal"? Have you experienced trying to explain yourself to others and not being believed?
Knowledge is Power.
Should I tell my child they are autistic?
Clinical advice on this topic varies, but when we hear from our community of autistic adults with lived experience, the answer seems pretty clear.
"It seems that every time I try to speak or seek advice about autism, I offend someone - How do I speak respectfully about autism?"