Our Hear Me, See Me campaign examines the inequalities in health care that impact autistic individuals and their families.
Over the last year we have been listening to the experiences of autistic adults, family members and carers from across the East of England, understanding where things can be improved and feeding back to the NHS.
We have more recently been holding workshops for NHS professionals where we share experiences that our adults have had, and ideas and tips for better supporting autistic adults in a healthcare setting. You can access the recordings of these workshops further down this page.
Join us at one of our sessions! If you are an autistic adult living in the East of England we want to hear about your experiences. Our groups are held every 2 months on zoom. Contact us to attend one of these sessions or find out more information.
We need things to change and this is why. Hear directly from our members and their families about their experiences below.
Here are some resources to help you understand what you are entitled to and how to get support and ask for help.
My Health Passport – autism specific health passport to take into healthcare services