Hear Me, See Me

Our Hear Me, See Me campaign examines the inequalities in health care that impact autistic individuals and their families.

What are we doing?

Over the next 18 months we will be 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.

How can I get involved?

Join us at one of our workshops! If you are an autistic adult living in the East of England we want to hear about your experiences. Our groups will be 2 hour sessions either on zoom or in person.


Why are we doing this?

We need things to change and this is why. Hear directly from our members and their families about their experiences below.

Parent or carer workshops

Hear Me, See Me: an autism workshop for healthcare professionals

19th October 2021


As part of our ‘Hear Me, See Me’ campaign, we have been talking to autistic adults across the East of England about their experiences when accessing healthcare services. We want to share these experiences, discuss and support you to understand the reasonable adjustments that can be made to make health services much more accessible, giving you tangible and practical ways to support autistic adults.

This session will be held on zoom, register here or contact Rebecca.ellis@autismbeds.org for more information

Advice and guidance

Here are some resources to help you understand what you are entitled to and how to get support and ask for help.

The Equality Act

My Health Passport

A guide to the Mental Capacity Act

Reasonable Adjustments