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The Autism Friendly Award

We need more autism-friendly organisations across the UK. The Autism Friendly Award makes businesses more accessible and helps open up public spaces to autistic people and their families. Whether you're a business trying to include more customers, or an autistic person trying to make the most of your community, our award can help.
Group of staff outside Howgate Shopping Centre, holding red letters which spell 'autism'

Everything you need to know

Autism Friendly Award

About

From Parliament buildings to the high street, our autism-friendly criteria acts as a guide for all public spaces to work towards.
Intu Trafford Centre

For businesses

Make sure your autistic customers and their families receive a warm welcome by taking on our award.
Man at a café

Campaign

Help make your area more autism-friendly by asking businesses near you to take on our award.
Holly, an autistic girl, with her family

Autism-friendly places for you

Check out the businesses taking the lead in creating welcoming places for autistic people and their families.
Fraserburgh Autism Friendly Award

Success stories

Find out about the impact our award has had on businesses and their customers.

Saskia with station worker

Sign our open letter

Help us make public transport autism-friendly.

Kids on train

Your transport stories

As part of our TMI campaign you’ve been sharing your transport stories. Here are just a few of them.

Photo of young autistic woman sitting on a sofa and looking at her iPad

Apply Now

Applying for an Autism Friendly Award is simple and our team of autism experts are here to help you throughout the process.
Autism Helpline Number: 0808 800 4104
Last updated: 19/03/2019 14:03:35