Bespoke 1-2-1 telephone and video call support

Living with autism can be overwhelming. With autism you get a diagnosis, but no practical help. My Autism Plan offers bespoke 1-2-1 telephone and video call support  - just when you need it most.

Whether you are in or outside the UK, booking a call with our friendly team is easy and convenient.

Accessible “Life-Changing” Support

You'll have access to our team of autism specialists, who will be offering private, practical support for you, when you need it.

Bespoke Strategies

You will benefit from strategies specific to you, to take you through areas that you feel you need some help with.

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A Focus On Strengths

Everything we do is centred around strengths, potential, and the positives that autism can bring.

Use Your Call Time As You Choose

Our consultants can be flexible with what topics you want to focus on during your call time.  Just let us know in advance.

Introducing…

“Autism: The 5 Things Your Family Needs To Know”

A valuable FREE downloadable Guide created by parents living with autism for parents and carers living with autism to help you start your autism journey with confidence.

Here is what a few of our Members have to say about us:

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Following an ASD diagnosis for our 4 year old son Dylan in August we were feeling totally overwhelmed at the vast amount of information online and the lack of post-diagnosis support offered (pretty much a leaflet and sent on our way). Then we discovered My Autism Plan and it has changed our lives.

Anna, My Autism Plan Consultant, has been like an angel, so so knowledgeable but more importantly kind, empathetic and totally flexible to the ever changing priorities of family life with ASD. What I love the most is how bespoke the programme is, it’s not only tailored to your child/family, but can adjust week by week as new situations occur. We now have coping strategies & visual supports that help us & Dylan at home, at school & out in public, and Dylan is less anxious and beginning to thrive at school. Most importantly, the team at My Autism Plan really care, it’s like an extended family. The only downside is that I can’t adopt Anna and have her stay with us forever! Thank you My Autism Plan, you are making the ASD world a better place x

Charlotte Souber

Surrey
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As parents of a son with ASD, we had met with several child psychologists and services in search of support and guidance. However, we were left feeling let down and ultimately abandoned, unsure of where to find help. After speaking with Anna at My Autism Plan, we felt as though someone understood us for the first time.

Anna was able to provide a clear route through diagnosis and beyond, listening carefully and answering our questions and concerns whilst providing all the information we needed.

Anna's extensive experience and knowledge was clearly evident although always presented in a genuinely supportive and caring manner. I can’t recommend My Autism Plan highly enough.

Steve Banks

Bristol
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I have just finished my first telephone consultation with Rachel, My Autism Plan Consultant. She was fantastic! She was friendly, listened to me and I have come away with some fantastic transition tips which I plan to implement immediately. The strategies Rachel shared with me are transferable, so I will use them to prep my 10 year old for his school journey.

I will also now have a meeting with school to insure my son is as happy and safe as possible whilst away from home. I will then be arranging a transition meeting with his new school.  

Thank you so much, Rachel!

Sarah and Matt Dean

Kent
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Just getting your head around Autism/Asperger’s/ASD – whatever it’s known as – is a challenge in itself. My son is 15 and a half but it’s only been in the last 3 years that I’ve started to come to terms with the way he thinks and speaks and lives. He doesn’t fit any neat diagnosis or box but as he gets older, his vulnerability is obvious and of course, keeping him safe in a world that he wants to be a part of, is tough.

After trying out different psychologists that were somewhere between disengaged, polite, interested or very busy but well meaning – we had come to an impasse of what to do. As a co-parenting, separated family knew that he needed support but didn’t know who or what to try next. By personal recommendation and extreme good fortune, we were put in touch with My Autism Plan and promptly booked ourselves in for a one-to one telephone consultation with Anna. In just one hour, Anna not only listened impartially and without judgement to our story but also  just ‘got’ what I was saying. About my son, our struggles, his daily challenges and behaviour traits – all of it. I have to say it was the best hour I’ve ever spent and left me feeling hopeful, understood and supported.

A telephone consultation may not seem like the most useful of ways to connect or get advice about something so personal and individual, but Anna’s clear and empathic approach immediately put me at ease. I came away feeling hopeful and with renewed energy. I love my son. His brain just works in a different way. I’m so grateful to My Autism Plan for giving me the opportunity to speak out and be heard. We are now in the process of being referred by our GP for a formal diagnosis. Not to label my son but to give him the opportunity to get help or support, if he wants it. Autism is such a loaded term but My Autism Plan really bring out the love and humanity of what it means to be on the spectrum and how to understand and care for your children in a way that brings happiness and peace to the whole family.

Katie Grant

Bristol
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I recently had a call with My Autism Plan to discuss my teenage nephew and the possibility that he may have autism. I was nervous about how the call would go and if my questions would be valid. I needn't have worried. Anna put me at my ease immediately and allowed me to voice my fears without judgement.

We went through my nephew’s history to date and his behaviours which have been impacting on the whole family. She guided me through what might be autism and what might just be ‘teenage’ behaviours. When we discussed things that appeared to be autistic, she helped me understand how his habits could be a way of framing and familiarising himself with his environment. Something I had never considered.

I felt deeply saddened that I had not understood some of the coping mechanisms that my nephew appeared to be using to help him navigate his world. My Autism Plan was extremely helpful in opening my mind and helping me to consider ways of making more meaningful connections with my nephew.

We aren't out of the woods yet but having the opportunity to talk to someone so knowledgeable about autism has made me feel a lot less lonely.  

Karen