Welcome to our website

Hampshire Autism Voice (HAV) is the parent, carers and people with autism group established within the Hampshire Autism Partnership Board (HAPB).

HAV has been developed to give a voice and active involvement to people with autism, their families and carers within the HAPB and the autism strategy workstreams. HAV actively participates in the planning, delivery and monitoring of services for children, young people and adults with autism living in Hampshire.

Hampshire Autism Partnership Board

This site also hosts the web pages of the Hampshire Autism Partnership Board on behalf of all the organisations and groups represented on the Board.





Current projects
  • HAV Network

    The HAV Network is made up of all the people who contribute to our occasional surveys to gain their views on various aspects of how autism is supported. The information is then fed back anonymously to the HAPB.

    You can join the network by contacting our administrator - admin@hampshireautismvoice.org.uk. With your help we can make sure that your views are represented and supported in the Hampshire Autism Strategies.


  • Autism Ambassadors

    The Autism Ambassador Scheme for Hampshire, Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight was launched in May 2015 in line with the Department of Health recommendations in the Think Autism strategy.


Latest news
Our new consulation on Autism and Mental Health has been launched. Please take a look at how you can participate. Click here for more...

Two new reports are now available - our reports on our online surveys regarding educational provision, and the need for an autism support service for adults are now available. Click here for more...

We are looking for your help to participate in occasional surveys in order to gain your views on various aspects of how Autism is supported. Click here for more...








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Hampshire Autism Voice (HAV) is the volunteer parent/carer/service-user group of the Hampshire Autism Partnership Board
This site is maintained on behalf of HAV by the South Hampshire Branch of the National Autistic Society.

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