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Silly Sock Day 27th March 2015

Wear your brightest, craziest socks for the day, make a donation, help raise awareness for autism and together we will be helping to change the lives of people with autism. Find out more.


Looking for support?

Our Family Support team provides confidential support, a listening ear and practical advice to individuals and families affected by autism. Find out more.


New year, new challenge? 

Looking for a challenge for 2015? Running the British 10k for Autism Anglia could be just the thing. Are you up for it?


Carry some confidence...

Our Autism Alert Card is issued free of charge and is designed to help explain an individual’s behaviour should they find themselves in a difficult or emergency situation. Find out more.

Online Shop

New online shop now open...

Take a look at our new online shop where you can now buy merchandise, branded clothing and more.  Have a browse...

What we do

Autism Anglia provides a range of services to enable people with autism to live as independently as possible and experience choice and inclusion in society. Find out more...

Doucecroft School and Further Education provision offers a specialist educational service to children and young people with autism aged 3 - 19.

Adult Study Centres provide life skills based learning for students 18 years and older.

Family Support provides confidential support, a listening ear and information tailored to your needs.


Attention Parents, Carers and Professionals

Autism Anglia often receives invitations for those affected by autism to assist with research into the condition and its impact. Please take a look here to find out about any current research projects.


Want to join the Autism Anglia team?

We have a number of jobs available to work with our varied ever growing teams. Jobs range from Speech & Language Therapists to Support Workers, details are all here.

Latest news



Family support this week
As always it has been a busy week for the family support team who have assisted and supported 41 families and 25 new families affected by autism. Read about the amazing work they do here


Autism Anglia needs your input 
Since its launch in 2004, Autism Anglia has offered its Family Support service free of charge to parents, carers, individuals and professionals who need our support. Let us know about the service so we can ensure it is there to support others in the future. Help us by clicking here
Autism Friendly Screenings 
Lots of cinemas are aware that some showings of films can be challenging for those with autism and have introduced autism friendly screenings. Read more about what they involve and which cinemas are participating by clicking here


Support Groups
Why not come along to one of our parent/carer support groups in Norfolk organised and run by Autism Anglia? Or take a look at our comprehensive list of other groups and activities across the region. Find out more