Menu of Interventions local resource pages available online
Autism Network Scotland has just published a series of web pages containing links to local autism resources addressing the fourteen challenges faced by people with autism, first published in The Menu of Interventions. The pages are intended to make it easy for autistic people, their parents and carers to find the services they need close to home.
The Menu of Interventions is a guide to interventions and supports for people on the autism spectrum, published in 2013 as part of The Scottish Strategy for Autism. It provides information regarding the challenges faced by autistic people, and suggests the types of services that might address these issues.
Throughout 2014, a series of roadshows were held throughout Scotland to gather information on specific local services addressing these challenges. The information has been compiled and organised on a series of web pages on the Autism Network Scotland web site. In additional to the 13 local area pages, there is a national resource page.
The information contained in the web pages was provided by community members, parents, carers, practitioners, and people on the spectrum. The Menu of Interventions local resource pages can be found here.
Autism Network Scotland welcomes feedback or suggestions on additional services and providers that could be included in the local resource pages; please email Autism Network Scotland with comments.