Help, advice and support organisations

If you’re looking for for further information on some of the issues covered during our phone-ins, there are help and support organisations that may be able to offer advice:


We had a huge response to our phone-in about autism (Tuesday 22nd March).

If you want more information about autism, or sources of help and advice, please go to

For information and advice for older people with autism, you can also go to

Child abuse

If you were affected by the issues raised during our phone-in on Thursday 24th March, there are organisations that can help.

NAPAC, the National Association for People Abused in Childhood, provides a range of services offering direct support to survivors. For more information, visit


On Wednesday 13th April we discussed issues surrounding discovering the true identity of your biological family. Stand Alone supports people who are estranged from their family or children. Its primary objective is to break down the stigma around estrangement and support estranged people in their daily lives:

Food and diet

On Thursday 21st April we discussed fussy eaters. GOSH offers further advice for parents:

Missing people

Missing People is the only charity in the UK which specialises in, and is dedicated to, bringing missing children and adults back together with their families:


If you’ve been affected by any of the issues raised in our discussion on Monday 2nd May, you can get in contact with Paladin, National Stalking Advocacy Service, at