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Please be aware that this site is undergoing some changes and there may be some outdated information still showing as well as other errors. These are being checked and work is being done to get this rectified as soon as is possible, please bare with us! Thank You for your patience and understanding, we value all of our visitors.


Autism Tool Box: https://www.bucksfamilyinfo.org/kb5/buckinghamshire/fsd/advice.page?id=L_mxUn9WDWs

For some blogs click this link Autism Users blog


The ‘Autism Bucks’ site has been developed and designed in consultation with a sample from the Buckinghamshire Autistic community. This site aims to inform, guide, enable and empower adults with autism and their families. In addition to the featured information, appropriate links will be made available to other sites, useful to people with autism in Buckinghamshire.  Please do get in touch  with Autism Bucks by, contacting us here.

The innovative ‘Custom Style Changer’ accessed at the top of each landing page allows the site visitor to alter background colours and the size of the character pitch.  A helpful feature for those with dyslexia, visual stress and visual perceptional disorders.

  • Autism Bucks welcomes your comment and feedback.

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The Autism Bucks website has been  has been developed in collaboration with, Carers Bucks, Aylesbury Vale National Autistic Society, GRASPS Bucks, Buckinghamshire County Council, the NHS and in particular; with people with autism.  Service user surveys helped us design the appearance, functionality  and content of the site.

Please do keep in touch with us and let us know your thoughts, suggestions and recommendations.


The Autism Partnership Board meets regularly at various civic locations in Buckinghamshire.  The Board and Committee members focus on work projects relevant to autistic services throughout the county, in accordance with the ‘Think Autism’ government strategy.  To find out more,  phone: 01296 383961.


Cheryl Russell is a local lady with autism whose first book has been published.

Cheryl Russell, Lily of the Valley
Cheryl Russell, Lily of the Valley



 Austism Bucks Disclaimer

All reasonable efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy levels of the information contained in the Autism Bucks site.  Regarding hyper-links to third party sites and their home pages or, landing pages.  It is likely there will be out dated information featured on sites that are not under our editing control.  In these cases, up to date information should be sought from the web site addresses, e mails or contact telephone numbers provided.

Do get in contact with Autism Bucks  if you can recommend services that you have experienced first hand in Buckinghamshire.  We welcome feedback.

Please note: The inclusion of any external links or contact details should not be construed as a recommendation of any form of adoption of external companies or services.  No comment can be made as to the accuracy of the information contained on any external links provided.  Moreover, Autism Bucks do not endorse any services that are sign posted to or given mention to on this site.