The All-age Norfolk Autism partnership was set up to respond to the Autism Act. It aims to help develop improved services for children, young people and adults who have, or who may have autism.

The All-age Norfolk Autism Partnership (NAP) is a collaborative of autistic people, their parents / carers, autism service providers, voluntary and statutory organisations. Members of the Board, while not obligated, offer their resources to manage the partnership.

There are many different ways to get involved in the work of the Norfolk Autism Partnership:

If you would like to join the partnership, be kept informed about upcoming forums, involvement opportunities, receive the newsletter, or commissioning intentions please get involved.

"We established the Norfolk Autism Partnership Board in 2018 to work to a local agenda set by autistic people, their families and carers that gives them a voice and responds to their local needs and challenges."
James Bullion – NAPB Co-Chair