Autistic Organizations, Networks & Groups | International & Europe

Autistic Orgs & Allies

International | Africa | Australia | Canada | New Zealand | USA

Europe: Belgium | Denmark | Finland | France | Germany | Italy | Malta | The Netherlands | Portugal | Romania | Spain | Sweden

UK: Scotland


Note: List includes Autistic organizations created by Autistics and ally organizations.

The Autistic Cooperative

The Autistic Cooperative was created to network Advocacy groups and individual Advocates from all over the world working on the goal of Autistic human and civil rights.

The Autistic Cooperative does not exist to replace any regional or national Advocacy groups, but to provide a hub through which those groups can network, and solo advocates can connect.

The Autistic Cooperative follows the Ten Principals of the Âutistic ûnion and also the Autistic Charter or Rights.



At Aucademy our fundamental aim is to educate Autistic people and non-autistic people about Autistic experience, as taught by an entirely Autistic team of educators and collaborators.

The Latest From Aucademy

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Autism Inclusivity 

This is an autistic-led Facebook group for parents and carers of autistic children/teens/adults. 

We wish to support you and we accept that parents with loved one’s who have challenging behaviours, who bolt and have little to no communication feel ostracized by the autistic community. 

This group seeks to help support and educate and above all accept. 


Autistic Allies 

This Facebook group welcomes Autistics, and their NT Allies and Parents of Autistics.

We are not a support group, but we have a sister group that is. The focus of this group is to introduce parents to a neurodiversity perspective.

From this perspective, any talk of ‘curing’ or ‘getting rid’ of autism is not only disrespectful, but ludicrous. This group is against ANY form of ABA, no matter how ‘nice’ seeming it may be, and supports the many survivors who have had the therapy inflicted on them. We firmly believe that the support Autistic adults can give parents is of huge benefit to their families. …


The Âûtistic Union

Welcome home to Âutistic ûnion. Everyone is welcome here as family, whether on the spectrum or those that support those that are.

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International Coalition Against Restraint & Seclusion

The International Coalition Against Restraint and Seclusion seeks to connect efforts and organizations working to stop death, physical abuse, psychological abuse, and PTSD caused by restraint and seclusion practices. 

The Latest From ICARS

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NeuroClastic, Inc., is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 

The publication provides a sounding board for Autistic voices who are re-writing everything you thought you knew about the autistic spectrum. 

The primary purpose is to document the autistic experience through the lens and work of autistic individuals. For this reason, we primarily accept autistic contributors.

At times, we will feature a parent, carer, advocate, activist, ally, professional, or a non-autistic neurodivergent person who has unique insight.

The Latest From Neuroclastic

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Therapist Neurodiversity Collective

An international collective of licensed and/or credentialed therapists who believe that neurological differences are to be recognized and respected as any other human variation. We practice empathetic and respectful, ABA-free Therapy. 


Therapist Neurodiversity Collective’s mission is to provide free public access to trauma-informed, neurodiversity paradigm aligned  therapists, to advocate with our therapists and the neurodivergent and disabled populations we serve, and to provide education for therapy practices and methodologies which presume competence, are non-trauma inducing and which respect human rights, dignity, and sensory preferences.

The Latest From Therapist Neurodiversity Collective International

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