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Autistic UK campaigns in the UK and beyond to advance the interests of all autistic people and those with “related neuro-developmental conditions”.
Autistic UK will work to ensure that the autistic population of the UK is comprised of happy, healthy, fulfilled and empowered individuals.
Autistic UK envisages:- The establishment of Autistic People’s Organisations (APOs) within every local authority area in the UK