National Autistic Society

  1. This silent film showcases some of the enterprising activities taking place across the services of The National Autistic Society. People with autism are shown making fudge, farming, painting and selling their wares.

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  2. This video shows Charlie, aged 16 and a pupil at NAS Robert Ogden, making briquettes out of recycled paper. The idea for the enterprise came from observing Charlie's favourite activity - shredding paper. The school is delighted with the progress made by Charlie.

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  3. In November 2012, students from The National Autistic Society's Sybil Elgar School (Middlesex) created an autism-friendly youth trail for the British Museum. The youth trail (a guided tour to help young people engage with the various exhibits in the museum) was made for The National Autistic Society's annual general meeting which took place at the British Museum in November 2012.

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  4. Video from NAS conference, 'Education of girls on the autism spectrum.'

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  5. This short film shows how the NAS supports people with autism through our services, whilst keeping autism on the political agenda through our campaigning.

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National Autistic Society

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The National Autistic Society (NAS) is the UK's leading charity for people affected by autism. We were founded in 1962, by a group of parents who were passionate about ensuring a better future for their children. Today we have over 18,000 members, 80…


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The National Autistic Society (NAS) is the UK's leading charity for people affected by autism. We were founded in 1962, by a group of parents who were passionate about ensuring a better future for their children. Today we have over 18,000 members, 80 branches and provide:

A local charity with a national presence, we campaign and lobby for lasting positive change for those affected by autism in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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