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Autistic’n’Awesome (A’n’A) is a self-advocacy group of young people, with Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC), in Forth Valley. Central Advocacy Partners (CAP) facilitates the group to meet regularly and develop advocacy projects for and by young people with ASC.

A’n’A is the legacy of an Autism Transitions project commissioned by the Scottish Government’s Autism Strategy. These young people, one of CAP’s greatest assets, have a great strength of unity and are motivated by the support they received. They want to develop new projects ensuring that advocacy support is available to other young people going through similar transitions. “We felt there were gaps in support for young people with autism and went on to become A’n’A. With this in mind, we want to be the leaders of this group, as we have a personal stake in its success.”

As young people on the autism spectrum, our goal is to create an accessible space in which we can make connections with our peers, facilitate socialisation and develop crucial coping skills that will aid our personal development. This will make the group a place where young people with autism can realise their potential and develop skills with their personal goals in mind.

For more information about joining A'n'A or making a referral, call our office – 01324 633321
or email


View our 2019 short video report:


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View previous short videos:

We are Autistic'n'Awesome:

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2017 Consultation with families and professionals:

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Positive about Autism!:


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