“At the end of the day, I felt glad that I’d made a difference”
Welcome to The Autism Directory Charity
The Autism Directory is a registered charity (no. 1143855) working to support autistic individuals and their families at a grass roots level in the community.
We believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to create a better and more independent life for themselves, and with the right support and resources this can be achieved.
The Charity was founded in 2010 by Nadine Honeybone, a parent with a child diagnosed at age 2 with autism and a learning disability.The Autism Directory is a registered charity (no. 1143855) working to support autistic individuals and their families at a grass roots level in the community.
A comprehensive directory of autism related services, products and autism friendly businesses in your local area and beyond.
Our Help Hub
Contact us by phone, email, on social media or pop in and visit us to get personal and confidential help and support on a wide range of issues.
Face to face access to the services, resources and provisions to help autistic individuals, their families and the professionals that support them.
Our Employment Program
A 9 week program of support for helping autistic adults get ready for work.
The Autism Directory was created because you should not feel that you are alone.
There is help and support out there, but if you don’t know what or where it is, or how to access it then it is of no benefit. Since the charity was founded in 2010, our work has expanded from the online directory to include many more services.
Get in Touch
Drop us a line and see how we can help you get the help you need…
What do they say?
Just a snippet of some of the feedback from the people we help…
“They helped me secure employment in my ideal job.”
Help Hub User
“Having the helpline means a having a lifeline. Having Louise as a person with autism helps me realise that I am not a bad person, but that others don’t see the world like I do. Louise is a fantastic help!”
Help Hub User
“At the end of the day, I always know I’ve made some progress!”