The National Autistic Society (NAS) offers a wealth of information in all areas of autism including recommended publications and up to date research. They have regional services for Surrey, click here
Other useful websites (Please note these may be subject to change):
Surrey based Support Groups
Surrey Local Offer as an amazing amount of useful information on pre and post diagnosis
ADHD / ASD / SEN Time Out Support Group
Are you a parent of an ADHD / ADD / Autistic Child?
Find it tough and exhausting?
Join our local support group. Set up by parents of children with ADHD / Autism.
Support Group for Families With Children With ASD/ADHD
Support group for families with children with ASD/ADHD and similar communication and behavioural difficulties. Group have guest speakers and a chance to chat with other parents and carers.
Contact Elaine Kelley: 07775 694552
Face2Face - East Surrey
Face2Face is a volunteer-led group of parents and carers who have a child or young person with a disability. They
offer friendship and support to other parents or carers of children with additional needs or disabilities and have regular guest speakers.
Contact Sandhya Gulati: 01737 229230
Come Together 4 ASD
A support group for all parents, grandparents and carers of children with or without a diagnosis.
Contact: Sue or Wendy
Families of Children with Special Needs
A group of parents whose young children have all sorts of special needs.
They aim to find time to discuss and share ideas with each other and hear what professionals have to say, have fun
outings for all the family and make caring friendships to help when the going gets tough. The group meets twice every month.
Contact Janice Booth, Coordinator: 01483 455333
Reach for the Stars
Reach for the Stars is a family support group for parents of children with special educational needs, which provides
the opportunity to talk to other parents, share ideas, information and experiences.
Contact: Annmarie 07867 898 142 / Clair 07833 257 141 /
There are a huge amount of publications on autism aimed at children, parents and siblings. The ones most widely used by Learning Space with children and young adults are:
All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome
by Kathy Hoopman
Different Like Me
By Jennifer Elder
Inside Asperger's Looking Out
By Kathy Hoopman
Strategies for Schools
All schools have a duty of care to make reasonable adjustments in delivering the least restrictive environment for all SEN students. Click here for further information