We fund research to understand the causes of autism, improve diagnosis and explore interventions to ensure that autistic people receive the best possible support. Read more
We are recruiting volunteers for a study to support parents in improving their autistic children's speech. Would you take part? Read more
From cakes to concerts, we enjoyed raising funds and awareness to help create a future where autistic people feel understood. Read more
By investing in research we can ensure that people affected by autism receive the best possible support, now and in future generations. Please support our cutting edge research.
Our cutting edge research is helping to understand autism, improve diagnosis and evaluate interventions. Please donate today.
If you have energy to share, want to inspire others and raise money for life-changing research, join us today! Together we can make a difference.
Many are struggling to get the diagnosis and the services that they need.
Often the therapies and support they need are not available.
It's increasingly believed that girls may be better at masking their difficulties, leading to their autism being missed.
We fund a variety of projects predominantly at the Autism Research Centre in Cambridge, to understand autism and explore effective interventions.
We fund pioneering researchers, working hard to understand autism. Read their biographies.
About 700,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with autism. Investing in research will help provide better support to autistic people and their families.
Classical music night raises £1,000 for Autism Research! Organised for April's Autism Awareness Month, this event saw six talented classical music artists take the stage, with piano, cello and violin performances. Read more
Help us understand the experiences of autistic people and their heath, by filling out a 20 minute survey. You don't have to be on the spectrum to take part! The survey is for everyone who wants to help. Read more
ART is delighted for runner Gwilym Renouf, as he completes this iconic event for the first time! Read more
Both Liam and his grandfather are autistic. Together they want to fundraise to improve the lives of autistic people of all ages. Read more