What is the Celtic Nations Autism Partnership?

The members of the Celtic Nations Autism Partnership are: Irish Society for Autism, Autism Cymru (Wales), Autism Northern Ireland and Scottish Autism.

The principle aims of the Celtic Nations Autism Partnership are:

  • Sharing of training, information and skills from one country to another.
  • Joint campaigning on relevant National, European and world-wide issues.
  • Joint research opportunities
  • Sharing of issues and mutual support
  • Shared governance on all decisions, activities and policies agreed within the Celtic
  • Nations Autism Partnership. This is a partnership of equals.

Nationals working together for Autism.

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