All-Age Autism Strategy


Since March 2022, Buckinghamshire Council has been gathering the experiences, ideas, and opinions of autistic people, including young people, in Buckinghamshire and the people that surround them, to help create an All-Age Autism Strategy.

The All-Age Autism Strategy is a bit like an instruction manual about how to make Buckinghamshire better for autistic people.



The window for young people to share their views has now closed.

The All-Age Autism Strategy team are now reviewing the information they received and finalising the Strategy. The final All-Age Autism Strategy will be published in October 2023.

You can read more about this project and see the feedback that young people gave on our case study page. This page will be updated as the project develops.

All-Age Autism Strategy Case Study


Any questions?

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to get in touch by emailing

Interested in using your voice to improve services for autistic young people?

The opportunity to share your views to contribute to the All-Age Autism Strategy has now closed, but there are other ways that you can share your experiences, ideas, and opinions to improve things for autistic people in Buckinghamshire.


Talkback is a charity that helps autistic people and people with a learning disability embrace new opportunities. So they can lead the fulfilling lives they want and activbly contribute to their community.

Go to Talkback’s website

Shout Out for SEND reps

Shout Out Reps speak for their school, college, friends and community. They meet each month to share the views of young people with SEND in Buckinghamshire. Their ideas are given to the people who make decisions at the council.

Read more about the Shout Out for SEND reps

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