Help and share the campaign

We are sharing our My GP and Me campaign nationally, and contacting local practices to encourage them to take our free training. But we need your help to make sure more people hear about the campaign, understand the impact of health inequalities and make changes that can improve and save lives.

There are a number of ways you can get involved…

Read and share our resources

We have published reports, guidance, training and resources across our website for healthcare professionals, support teams and carers. There are also accessible versions for people who benefit from easy read information.

Please read through this information and share it with your networks so more people can better access healthcare. The guidance is available for anybody who will benefit from.

Write to your MP

You can also write to your MP to ask them to make sure healthcare for autistic people and people with learning disabilities is taken seriously in your constituency. They can push locally and centrally for changes that will benefit the million + people with a learning disability and/or autism in the UK. Visit to find your local MP’s contact details.

Tell your local practice about the free elearning

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We are contacting GP practices across the country to encourage and support them to take our elearning, if you are interested please share the resources with your local practice and get in touch with us at

Contact us about working together

We’re always keen to partner with other organisations who can help share information and drive our national campaign at a local level. Please email to talk to a member of our team about working together.