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Which business deserves an Autism Friendly Award?

Open up your community with our Autism Friendly Award

Public spaces can be overwhelming for autistic people trying to deal with too much information. Many autistic people give up using these shops and businesses.

We want to encourage as many places as possible to be marked as autism-friendly, whether that's displaying a little bit of understanding or creating an environment which feels less overwhelming. We want to recognise and champion the good work some places are already doing. Your personal story will help the business to understand why making their public space autism-friendly is so important.

Tell us somewhere you want to take on the Autism Friendly Award, and just as importantly, why?

Tell us about yourself

Please complete this form to let us know who you think deserves an Autism Friendly Award. Compulsory fields are marked with a *

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Please note that by completing this form, we may use your story anonymously to help convince companies to take on Autism Friendly Awards. We will send you one email in follow up to completing this form with a campaigning pack.

Together, we can open up communities until everyone understands.


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