The first generation of people diagnosed with autism in childhood are now reaching middle age, and mature adults are being diagnosed for the first time. We aim to provide useful, relevant information and resources for adults with autism, their families, supporters and care providers, including our new handbook Ageing with autism: a handbook for care and support professionals, and a shorter ebook for health professionals such as GPs and nurses.
Information for Adults with Autism before and after diagnosis from The National Autistic Society
The report of the adults with autism conference held on 10th and 11th June 2010.
This report was prepared by the Universities of Bangor and Glamorgan.
Our approach for adults with Autistic Spectrum Disorder is to develop and improve services so they can fulfill their potential.