Join us for Autism Acceptance Month…

Get set for the return of Autism Acceptance Month…

April 2nd is World Autism Awareness Day, but we’ll continue celebrating autism awareness and acceptance for the whole month.

Yes, we’re dedicating the month of April to improving acceptance for autistic people, while fundraising and highlighting the vital work we do at Autism Together.

We’d love you to get involved, in any way you can.

Get Active For Autism

Walk/run a minimum of 54 miles during April and Autism Acceptance Month

Click here to join our challenges…

Our 30 day challenge is the perfect opportunity to help keep you active and healthy during the current lockdown, while supporting a great cause and helping to raise autism acceptance throughout April, Autism Acceptance Month.

Choose one of our 2 challenges – either walking or running 54 miles throughout April.

Why 54? Because our organisation started back in 1968 and this year will be our 54th birthday!

Get Active For Autism for schools

We would like you to complete 54 minutes of a chosen activity during the month. How you choose to do this is up to you, it could be hoola-hooping or running around the playground.

Click here to join our Schools Challenge…

About autism

Autism is a hidden disability. You can’t tell someone is autistic by the way they look, but possibly through their behaviours. Autistic people are often misunderstood and may require support with things like communication, interaction with others, using their imagination, being flexible and feeling overwhelmed by activity in the world around them.

No two autistic people are affected the same way, so, at Autism Together we work with each individual to help them overcome or lessen the impact of these difficulties, to help that person lead an interesting and fulfilling life.

Acceptance Month

Download our Autism Workshops for schools to use for free as part of Autism Acceptance Month this April. The free download includes a video presentation tailored for age groups, lesson plans and activity ideas.

Find out more…

Autism sensory experience

This immersive video, filmed from a first-person perspective, is aimed at giving the viewer an idea of what it might be like for an autistic person to experience the sort of noisy, busy, everyday environments that we take for granted…

Q. Which of these celebs are autistic?

Chris Packham

Anne Hegerty

Christine McGuinness

Greta Thunberg

A. All of them

How much do you know about autism?

Check out our quiz to find out…

Click here to start the quiz!

Kids will love our Acceptance Month Funbook

Download our funbook to keep your children busy with puzzles, drawing and colouring, while learning more about autism, the senses and even how to do some Makaton signing…

Click here to download your funbook…

We really need your help at this time. There are lots of other ways you can still fundraise for us…

Click here to download our Fundraising Pack which is full of fundraising ideas, along with details of how to set up your own sponsorships. And it’s easy to create a fundraising page online using either the Virgin Money Giving or Just Giving websites and clicking ‘Start fundraising’ or ‘Fundraise for us’ to get going.

Thanks for supporting autism awareness and acceptance this April.

Please, get involved and share with your photos and stories with us on Facebook:, email us directly: visit our website: and please donate to our charity directly by texting ‘autismtogether’ to 70085.