Coronavirus: Take our survey on support during lockdown

New online video autism advice workshops and support groups that we launched last week have proved popular and our helpline and benefits services are still available, but we want to know if there are other ways we can help during the coronavirus lockdown.

We have created a quick online survey, that takes just a few minutes to complete, to help us understand the key issues that autistic people and their families are facing at the moment – such as family life in lockdown, changes to routine, children’s education and mental health.

We want to know whether there are other ways that we can provide support and advice while the coronavirus lockdown lasts and when it starts to ease and life gradually starts to return to normal.

Many Autism Berkshire members and service users have already responded, but we would like to hear from more people so that we know which topics to focus on when planning advice and support services over coming weeks and beyond.

Click here to complete our survey form.

  • And if there is any urgent help that you need, click here for full details of what services Autism Berkshire is providing online and by phone and email during the lockdown, including our helpline, benefits advice and online workshops and support groups for parents and carers.