Social Care Institute for Excellence 

These two videos look at the techniques and skills that care workers and social workers need to support autistic people and help them achieve their goals.

SCIE’s Guide: Improving Access to Social Care for Adults with Autism looks at how social care services can improve access to adults with autism. 

Royal College General Practitioners 

Autism was selected as a clinical priority for a three year period, from 2014:

They produced a range of content, including the Autistic Spectrum Disorders toolkit, a ‘one stop shop guide for primary care professionals, CCGs, people affected by autism, as well as interested members of the general public’

The page also includes autism awareness presentations for use by GPs and practice staff in their own surgeries and links to a range of policy and guidance.

The RCGP also have an online course to help GPs improve support for people on the autism spectrum.

Prison Reform Trust and Rethink 

Many people who come into contact with criminal justice services have multiple and complex needs, and high numbers have mental health and learning disabilities. This excellent resource, which is available on-line and in hard copy, will help members of the judiciary to recognise when further information about an individual defendant might be necessary, how to get that information, and how to use it to inform their decision making: Mental Health, Autism and Learning Disabilities in the Criminal Courts