Autism Rights Group Highland
A talk by Dr Yo Dunn about
Making services accessible to autistic people
For more information and to book a place Click here.
ARGH is a group run by and for autistic adults. ARGH members are all people who have an Autistic spectrum condition.
Membership is currently free (but donations are welcome).
ARGH Meetings are only open to members except by agreement of the management committee. You do not have to attend meetings if you are a member.
ARGH is a collective advocacy, lobbying and campaigning group of autistic adults living in the Highlands and beyond.ARGH promote self advocacy for all Autistic people
ARGH works locally and nationally, we work in partnership with the Scottish Government by being members of the Autism Reference Group and its sub groups. We are also stakeholders for Nice guidelines relevant to autistic people.For more information on membership and meeting details please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
-Inform service providers about what autistic people really experience.
-Campaign for better services for autistic people in the highlands and beyond.
-Challenge stigma and discrimination through education about autistic strengths.
A network of Autistic Adults across Scotland Click here for more infomation about an exciting new Autistic led project.
Click here to see Ness Bridge bathed in spectrum colours for Autism Acceptance Day
ARGH's autism alert card is available to all autistic people, children or adults, across the UK: You can now order our Card directly from the website. Click here to order an ARGH autism alert card
ARGH, in partnership with the NAS Scotland were delighted to hold an Autism and Ethics conference; from the Autistic perspective. For more information Click here.
audio of Damian's talk now available here
audio of Ari Ne'eman's talk now available here