About the magazine
Asperger United is:
- a quarterly magazine for age 16+ (although some parents subscribe on behalf of their under-16s)
- edited by an autistic person
- written by people on the autism spectrum, including Asperger syndrome, or (occasionally) by professionals with this group specifically in mind.
Each issue contains:
- contributions from the UK and overseas
- personal accounts of having Asperger syndrome or autism
- a pen pal page
- letters to the editor
- poems, artwork and short stories.
Who is it for?
- The magazine is suitable for adults aged 16 and over, although some parents, carers and professionals subscribe on behalf of young people under this age.
- Subscription is free. However, we ask professionals working in the field of autism, and overseas readers, to make a donation to the National Autistic Society.
Get a sample copy
You can download a PDF of the latest issue here. (Note: You need Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to view the PDF. Click here to download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader.)
If you have trouble downloading the latest issue of Asperger United, you can request a copy by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling +44 (0)808 800 1050 (free from most landlines) or 020 7923 5779 (geographical charges may apply).
Subscribe or update your details
To subscribe, unsubscribe, resubscribe or change your postal address, please:
- complete our online form here
- telephone +44 (0)808 800 1050 (free from most landlines) or 020 7923 5779 (geographical charges may apply).
If your call is not answered by someone and you reach an answering machine, please leave your details, including your full postal address.
If you speak to someone, they will ask for your name and full postal address so that they can help you with your enquiry.
Note: We do not enter into discussions regarding contributions to Asperger United.
If you want information about Asperger syndrome or autism, please contact the Autism Helpline on 0808 800 4104.