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Further information and support

Support is available, so don't be afraid to ask for help. Remember your line manager in Scouting is there to support you and sometimes just seeking a different perspective can make all the difference.

There may also be a local volunteer in your District or County/Area/Region specialising in inclusion or additional needs, who can provide some further support.

UK Headquarters

Email: info.centre@scouts.org.uk

Specialist Advisers for Inclusion and Diversity
This national team of volunteers can offer support and training to local Scouting.
Webpage: click here
Email: specialist.advisers@scouts.org.uk

The National Autistic Society
Helpline: 0808 800 4104 (Monday- Friday, 10am-4pm excluding bank holidays)
Email: via autism.org.uk/enquiry
Website: autism.org.uk

'Activity leaders and sports instructors: a guide to autism'- includes a worksheet available by download, to help introduce autism to young people (aimed at Cubs) autism.org.uk/23143

The Scottish Society for Autism
Telephone: 01259 720 044
Email: autism@scottishautism.org
Website: scottishautism.org

Autism NI: Northern Ireland's Autism Charity
Helpline: 028 9040 1729 (Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9.30am-1pm)
Email: info@autismni.org / helpline@autismni.org
Website: autismni.org


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