Welcome to UK Autistic

More than 1 in 100 autistic people are at risk of being excluded from their communities simply because they're misunderstood.

We aim to raise awareness, improve understanding and increase tolerance by building communities into which autistic people can more effectively integrate and flourish, using their unique personalities and skills as the assets that they are; we can all do something to change the way autistic people are viewed. And slowly, one step at a time we will get there. UK Autistic is dedicated to this for as long as it takes.

Augmentative Alternative Communication Devices

In 2018, UK Autistic supplied almost 2500 Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC) devices to mainly non verbal children and young adults.
In 2019 we plan to DOUBLE the amount of lives that we transform with this cutting edge technology. It’s the modern way that PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System) is utilised. Such has been the success and good reviews from the beneficiaries that we are planning to extend the service into 2019 and beyond.
If you know somebody who may benefit from one of these devices, please CONTACT US HERE


Text CHANGE to 70660

UK Autistic supply speech therapy computers to non-verbal autistic children and young adults free of charge to the service user, and we need your help to do that.

Please text CHANGE to 70660 to give £5 per month and give the gift of speech.
Be a part of changing the lives of thousands of families here in the United Kingdom.


As a member of UK Autistic, you are entered into the Monthly Members Draw, with the chance to win one of 20 cash prizes each month. The top prize is £3000!! You will receive regular updates and a monthly newsletter. We will ask your opinion on important matters and listen to what you have to say.


As a member, you will also have access to our forum page, where you can meet other families from your local area, share ideas and support each other.


You can send us a one-off donation, or set up a regular donation to UK Autistic and the UK Minds Foundation simply by clicking on the donate button below, and following the simple instructions.

There are also many different ways to support UK Autistic. Find out more here...