PDA Society Enquiry Line

Our website contains information and resources to help, advise and support families, parents, carers, professionals and individuals with PDA. If you are unable to find the information that you are looking for on our website or wish to seek further clarification, support and advice from one of our trained volunteers please contact our enquiry line.

Enquiry Line Team

Our Enquiry Line Team consists of designated trustees and volunteers who are all parents of children or young adults with PDA. All members of our Enquiry Line Team have received the appropriate training to deal with your enquiry in a supportive, caring and confidential manner.  We aim to answer your enquiry within 3-5 days, however please bear in mind there may be a further delay during school holidays. To help us deal with your enquiry quickly and efficiently please follow the guidance below:

  • ​Please try to ensure that your initial enquiry is concise, and focuses on the main points which you would like to seek advice on
  • ​​The allocated time for telephone enquiries is approximately 30 minutes, therefore it is important to try to remain on topic regarding the main points of your enquiry to ensure these can be fully dealt with to your satisfaction
  • ​​To avoid disappointment, please do not submit / attach professional reports, school reports, letters or other similar documents as our enquiry line team can not comment on these

You may also be able to find answers to your queries in our frequently asked questions.


Confidentiality and Safeguarding

All enquiries are treated confidentially, unless there are any concerns regarding safeguarding. Any concerns regarding safeguarding, in accordance with our safeguarding policy, would be forwarded to our enquiry line coordinator to be dealt with in accordance with current legislation and guidelines.

Further reading and information about PDA

Further information about PDA can be found in the following areas of our website 

The National Autistic Society also provide an increasing amount of information about PDA.
Please note that the PDA Society are not making any recommendations nor is responsible for the content of sites and links that are external to the PDA Society.

Please contact us if you discover any broken links.