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This section contains links to other websites which contain information about autism and related issues.

In some cases the information on those other websites may be scientifically invalid and unreliable.We regret that we cannot accept responsibility for the sites we link to or the information found there. A link does not imply an endorsement of a site. Likewise, not linking to a site does not imply lack of endorsement.

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  • RCN Mental Health Forum

    This is the online home of the RCN Mental Health Forum. It is for all nurses in this field and works hard to promote closer links with service users and their families.
  • RDI Connect

    RDI Connect, previously known as the Connections Center, is a US company which provides the Relationship Development Intervention programme.
  • Rebound Therapy Consultancy

    Official UK body of reference, website and provider of certificated training courses for rebound therapy.
  • Research Autism

    The only UK charity exclusively dedicated to research into interventions in autism. It carries out high quality, independent research into new and existing health, education, social and other interventions.
  • Responsive Teaching International Outreach

    Commercial organisation which developed and delivers the responsive teaching programme.
  • Rett Syndrome Association

    UK organisation giving help, advice and support to parents, carers, siblings and professionals, in fact anybody involved with a child or adult who has Rett syndrome.
  • Rett Syndrome Association Ireland

    Irish support group for parents and families of children with Rett Syndrome.
  • Richmond Music Trust

    London charity covering the areas of West London, Surrey and Middlesex. The Trust offers outreach and in-house music therapy sessions for children and adults with autism and Asperger syndrome.
  • Riding for the Disabled

    UK federation of member groups, which are dedicated to improving the lives of people with disabilities, through the provision of opportunities for riding and/or carriage driving.
  • Roundabout

    London charity which conducts long-term and short-term dramatherapy projects with a range of clients, including people with autism.
  • Royal College of Nursing

    The RCN is the UK body which represents nurses and nursing, promotes excellence in practice and shapes health policies. It has professional nursing networks for learning disability/mental health nursing and publications/ resources for RCN members.
  • Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists

    UK professional body for speech and language therapists and support workers. We promote excellence in practice and influence health, education and social care policies.
  • RxList Medication Monographs

    Us site which gives detailed reports on psychiatric medications. A-Z listing of topics and also searchable by the generic name of the medication.
  • SCERTS model

    This website offers comprehensive information about the SCERTS Model and its collaborators, and resources that are available to assist professionals and parents in developing and implementing educational programs based on the SCERTS Model.
  • Scottish Society for Autism

    Scottish charity which provides services, influences policy and practice, and raises public awareness about autistic specturm disorders.
  • Scottish Union of Supported Employment

    Umbrella organisation for public, private and voluntary bodies interested in supported employment, social inclusion and the changeover from traditional resource centre based day services to programmes in the community.
  • SENSE ((National Deafblind and Rubella Association)

    UK charity which offers a wide range of support and services across the UK to help sensory impaired people of all ages to reach their full potential.
  • Sense About Science

    An independent charitable trust promoting good science and evidence in public debates. It does this by promoting respect for evidence and by urging scientists to engage actively with a wide range of groups.
  • Sensory Integration Global Network

    SIGN is made up of a group of volunteers who came together to protect the integrity and promote the body of work of A. Jean Ayres in Sensory Integration Theory and Intervention.
  • Sensory Integration Network UK and Ireland

    Association which aims to promote education, good practice and research in sensory integration and practice.