Our new website: How you can find information and how we’ve improved accessibility
Published on 06 August 2020
We’ll be launching a new website towards the end of August and this is our latest update, so you know what to expect. You can read our introduction to the new website here.
From launch, we’ll include the information we know you find most useful on this website, and we’ll be adding more and improving the website over the coming months. So it will be similar to this website, but there will be changes in how it looks and how you find your way around the site. Here we explain more about how it will work.
How you can find your way around the site from the home page:
The main sections of the website are:
Advice and guidance: where you can find a wide range of information about autism – from what autism is, to diagnosis, to socialising and relationships.
The image below shows you the different ways you can reach this information from the home page.
And, across the site, we’ll also sign post you to related advice and guidance.
What we do: where you can find out about our activities and services – from our volunteer-led branches and social groups, to our supported living services, and our training and conferences.
The image below shows the different ways you can reach this information from the home page.
How you can help: describes how you can get involved with our charity – from our campaigns, to volunteering.
The image below shows how you can navigate to this section from the home page.
We hope this has helped you know what to expect from our new website. We’ll be adding more details nearer to the launch date.
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