- To be a hub of impartial and reliable information about autism services across Scotland
- To identify gaps in service delivery and information to people with autism and their families and carers
- To signpost professionals, individuals on the autism spectrum and their families and carers to the range of services available at both a local and national level
- To facilitate professional networks across Scotland to support knowledge exchange and promote awareness of autism
- To provide a platform to discuss current research and share good practice in the field of autism
- To develop networking opportunities for individuals on the autism spectrum
- To support better communication between people with autism and local and central government
- To support the Autism Strategy through membership of the Strategy Sub-Groups and information sharing.
The Autism Network Scotland office is based at the University of Strathclyde’s John Anderson campus in Glasgow city centre. However, the Network makes information available to anyone living or working anywhere in Scotland.
While their work is primarily concerned with raising the profile of autism services available in Scotland, they also offer details on relevant services, resources and information from across the United Kingdom and from international sources.
Autism Network Scotland
Level 6, Curran Building
101 St James Road