As a member of Autism NI you will be part of a large community of people focused on improving services and support for autistic people in Northern Ireland.

Your membership will help shape our work and will provide you with the opportunity to connect with others, share experiences, and push for change. 

Why become a member?

All members receive:

  • An Autism NI membership card which enables priority entry, queuing, and carer discount at a range of venues across Northern Ireland. 
  • Priority information on all Autism NI activities, events, and training courses.
  • Access to free family support days and workshops. 
  • A right to vote in our Annual General Meeting.
  • The opportunity to join our lobbying campaigns. 
Family photographed together holding a 'be kind to different minds' poster
Becoming an Autism NI member has opened up the doors for my family to receive help and support that we urgently needed. It also offered us opportunities that we would never have had before. Jack has loved the family fun days and I have enjoyed meeting other families who are on the same autism journey as us.
Autism NI Member and Parent

How to become a member

Our annual membership is open to individuals, families, and organisations. 

Individual, family, organisation: £20 per year

Those receiving means tested benefits: £5 per year

Venues we work with

Our Autism NI membership card can help with priority queuing, entry, and carer discount to a select list of venues and attractions when providing your membership card. These venues are listed below.

Armagh Planetarium
Belfast Zoo
Carrickfergus Castle
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Castle Espie
Co Down Railway Logo
Co Down Railway
Curry's Fun Park
Dublin Zoo
Dundonald Ice Bowl
Funtasia Theme Park
Grand Opera House
Hollywood Bowl
Infinity Adventure Park
Lisburn Bowl
Marble Arch Caves logo
Marble Arch Caves
Mountpanther Farm Park
National Trust
Prison Island Belfast
Seaforde Gardens
Streamvale Open Farm
Tayto Park
The Ark Open Farm
The Jungle NI
Titanic Belfast
Ulster American Folk Park
Ulster Folk and Transport Museum
Ulster Museum
Wild Ireland