Helping you support autistic children and young people since 2007

Helping you support autistic children and young people since 2007

We are a not-for-profit organisation supported by the Department for Education. Our 360-degree support programme offers education professionals training, practical tools and a wealth of free resources to better support autistic children and young people aged 0 to 25. Browse our brand-new website to find out how we can help.

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Our Panel of Autistic Young Experts

Find out how this group of young people are supporting, co-producing and advising the AET. 

The Autistic Young Experts panel is made up of nine autistic young people from across England. They have different experiences of education and of being autistic and they bring their experience of different types of education from home education, mainstream schools, special schools and university. Find out how they describe their involvement in the AET. 

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Help the UK Government Make Exams Accessible to all

On 1st November 2021, Ofqual announced that they are asking for feedback from the public on their awarding guidance. Have your say and help make exams accessible to all.

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Why did NAS create the Autism Accreditation Inclusion Award?

We asked Christine Flintoft-Smith, Head of Autism Accreditation at The National Autistic Society, to tell us more about the project. Why has this award been created? And how does the AET support the accreditation scheme?

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