England

List of National Resources - England

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The Toby Henderson Trust. The Doorway to Early Action in AutismTTHT is an independently funded charity supporting children and young adults with autism, their families and caregivers in the Northeast. They are independently funded. In other words, they have the goodwill and support of all those who donate their time, money and resources that allow them to continue changing the lives of families living with autism.
The Dales School The Dales is a specialized elementary school based on two sites: Blythdale in Blyth and Ashdale in Ashington. We provide education for children with a variety of additional needs that could not otherwise be met in a general setting. The school cultivates a safe and caring environment where children can thrive and have the opportunity to develop their full potential.
Hexham Priory School. Never underestimate a child’s abilityIt is a special school in West Northumberland for students ages 2-19 with severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties, including autism. The school is part of the North Central Eden Academy Trust, a family of special schools working together under a Multi Academy Trust.
Percy Hedley School. Working together to unlock potentialPercy Hedley School is a school that aims to make a difference in the learning, well-being, and future life opportunities of children with additional needs. Teachers, therapists, and special support assistants work together in transdisciplinary teams to meet the individual needs of each student.
Talbot HouseThey generally take children between the ages of 5 and 18 in school who have a special educational need, where they have social, emotional or mental health differences that affect the way they are able to learn. Most children have an education, health and care plan or are being evaluated for one.
Howard House Care. Lighting the way for youth The purpose of the home and school is to provide a comprehensive, nurturing, and caring environment to meet the emotional, physical, psychological, and social needs of youth. We provide integrated psychological support from our clinical psychologist to help us find the best ways to intervene in the lives of vulnerable youth. The home can provide medium and long-term care to our youth who are likely to have mild social, emotional, behavioral, or learning difficulties or disabilities.
Castle SchoolCastle School caters to the needs of children and youth ages 2-19 who have severe or profound and multiple learning difficulties and we also have facilities, based on a TEACCH approach, for children with autism along with learning difficulties.
National Autistic Society They are the UK's leading charity for people with autism and their families. Since 1962, they have provided support, guidance and counseling, as well as campaigns to improve rights, services and opportunities to help create a society that works for people with autism.
North east autism societyThey passionately believe that autistic children and adults have significant skills and strengths, which can be developed throughout their lives. Our approach aims to help people participate in society as independent and valued citizens, enjoying equal rights and opportunities, but also enriching the world around them.
Aycliffe SchoolAycliffe School is a purpose-built, independent specialty school based at the North East Center for Autism, Newton Aycliffe in County Durham for students ages 3-19. Their mission is to work together to inspire, support, celebrate and equip autistic and neurodiverse children, youth and adults.
Durham University Centre for Developmental DisordersLaunched in 2017, the Center for Developmental Disorders brings together academics, researchers, students, physicians, mental health workers, UK charities and non-academic partners, and has affiliated international members from a variety of countries. They seek to increase understanding of the theoretical foundations of cognitive atypicalities and provide real-life benefits to families living with the impacts of developmental disorders.
Durham SEND IASS. Formerly Parent Partnership ServicesDurham Special Educational Needs and Disability, Offers a long informative list of entities and institutions, organized alphabetically, that may be of interest to you. Each one has their respective contact information
Ambitious about AutismThe national charity for children and youth with autism. They provide education and employment services, create awareness and understanding, and campaign for change. Through Ambitious College, TreeHouse School, and The Rise School, they offer specialized education and support.
Child Autism UK. Releasing potentialChild Autism UK helps children with autism reach their potential. They provide services to enable children to overcome communication, learning, and life skills difficulties and provide families with techniques and strategies to cope with autism through the use of ABA. Child Autism UK also offers training and a network for ABA professionals working with young children.
Autism Education Trust (AET) The AET is a non-profit program run by two national autism charities: the National Autism Society and Ambitious on Autism. The AET promotes and supports partnerships throughout the education system to improve educational access, experience, and outcomes for children and youth with autism. Backed by current research on good educational practices, the AET program is structured around three educational phases: early years, school, and post-16.
Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Trust. They have five operational addresses, one for each of the localities (Durham and Darlington County, Teesside, North Yorkshire, Vale of York) and a separate forensic address. They provide specialized inpatient and community assessment and treatment services to individuals with learning disabilities and mental health issues, autism, epilepsy, and challenging behaviors.
Autism linksIt is a platform where you can find a wide list of websites of various entities that work in favor of autism and Asperger's syndrome, seeking to improve the quality of life of these people.
OnLine TrainingOnLineTraining was founded in 2008 to provide flexible professional development for teachers and teaching assistants who support children and youth with special educational needs. Its courses are designed in partnership with SEND specialists to reflect current evidence-based practice and allow participants to develop the understanding and skills they need to improve student outcomes.
KisimulIts schools, universities, registered nursing homes, and supported living services provide exceptional education and care for children and adults with autism, learning disabilities, and complex needs, including behaviors of concern.
St Edward’s SchoolSt Edward's is a special day and residential school that provides care and education for children ages 9 to 18, experiencing social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) difficulties. They serve students with a variety of needs including ADHD, ADD, Asperger's (high-level functioning, ASD (where SEMH is the primary need), Conduct Disorder, Dyslexia
Moderate learning disabilities, OCD, ODD, Speech and language difficulties.
Cavendish Education The school offer a warm and friendly conventional-style environment with exceptional specialized support for students with unique learning profiles: dyslexia, dyspraxia, high-functioning autism, Asperger's syndrome, and associated communication and language needs.
Litte Treasures It is a volunteer-run charity that supports autistic adults and children throughout the Northeast. The aim is to alleviate the needs of autistic adults, children, youth and their parents, caregivers and siblings by providing facilities for play and recreation in the interest of social well-being in a safe and secure environment, and by providing support and practical advice to parents. and caregivers.
CerebraThey are a charity that helps these children and their families discover a better life together. His research work on neurodevelopmental conditions provides a unique perspective within the charitable research sector. In other words, the goal is to provide high-quality, research-based health and social care counseling and support for families of children with brain conditions from birth to 16 years of age.
Contact for families with disabled childrenThey are there for all families with disabled children: we support families, bring families together and help families act for others. His vision is that families with disabled children feel valued and are strong, safe and capable of making the right decisions for them.
IPSEA The Independent Provider of Special Education Counseling is a charity operating in England. IPSEA provides free, independent, legal-based information, advice and support to help obtain the appropriate education for children and youth with all types of special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). They also provide training on the SEND legal framework to parents and caregivers, professionals, and other organizations.
KIDS KIDS is a national charity, founded in 1970, offering a wide range of services to disabled children, young people and their families in England. Its services include: nurseries and nurseries for children under 5 years of age to youth clubs, getaways and residential stays for young adults.
Making changes Together Parent Carer forumThey are a group of experienced volunteer parent caregivers from Durham County and represent the interests of parents and caregivers of children and youth with special educational needs or disabilities in Durham County.
Witherslack group They are the leading provider of schools and children's homes for children with special educational needs. "Whether you're a NEE professional, a parent or caregiver of a child, or you're looking for your next big career move, we've got you covered."
Cumbria academy for autismCumbria Academy for Autism creates life-changing opportunities for children and youth with autism in West Cumbria. They serve the Allerdale and Copeland districts in West Cumbria, providing a unique educational experience for 56 students between the ages of 4 to 19.
Kedleston Offer. Innovate specialist Autism and SEMH school and children’s homes. Their schools and homes support children and young people living with social, emotional and mental health problems (SEMH) and specific learning difficulties, which affect their learning and ability to do everyday things. Its Autism Dedicated Schools (ASC) work with young people who are high achievers and have associated needs, such as mental health problems, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and learning disabilities.
Autus Cumbria Autus Cumbria aims to provide services for people with autism in the South Cumbria area. They are a non-profit organization that works with families, youth organizations, schools, and employment support agencies to run youth clubs, vacation activity sessions, teacher and employment support worker training, workshops, and seminars.
DrHomeo This platform offers important information about autism, anxiety and some homeopathy that may be of interest to parents or educators who want to know about the subject.
JigsawPlus. Inspired by autismJigsawPlus offers specialized day services for adults with ASD and other disabilities. They are dedicated and passionate in their commitment to supporting adults with autism through lifelong learning opportunities. JigsawPlus is a positive environment with highly trained and committed staff who provide person-centered support and learning programs designed to promote positive personal choices, increased well-being, independence, and social inclusion.
Snowflake SchoolTeaching at Snowflake School is guided by the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), including Skinner's Verbal Behavior Analysis. Each student receives an individually designed program based on a student-centered, multiprofessional learning approach, aimed at increasing communication and independence, and committed 1; 1 by a trained ABA tutor.
Beyond AutismBeyondAutism is a charity dedicated to empowering people with autism to lead lives full of choice and control through positive educational experiences, training for the people who work with them, and support for their families and caregivers.
Sybil Elgar SchoolSybil Elgar School's creative approach and performing arts specialization help all children with autism to learn and develop. They have an international reputation for innovation and a progressive approach to education.
Tree House SchoolAll students who attend TreeHouse School have a diagnosis of autism and have TreeHouse School listed on their Statement of Special Educational Needs or Education, Health and Care Plan. TreeHouse School is a joyful and vibrant community where children and youth with autism learn and thrive.
Resources for AutismResources for Autism is a registered charity. They provide practical services for children and adults diagnosed with autism and for those who love and care for them. They have a team of trained, enthusiastic and friendly staff and volunteers who offer a wide range of support. All of their staff are autism specialists who understand communication and sensory needs.
AT-AutismAT-Autism offers training and consulting on all aspects of autism and neurodevelopmental conditions. They can provide specialist advice and support to individuals, families, professionals and organizations in the UK and internationally.
Blooming Tree ABA Clinic The school is designed for children with SEMH (social emotional and mental health), ASD and learning difficulties and draws on a group of specialist professionals leading the way in new developments here in the UK. Blooming Tree Elementary School will be an ambitious and forward-thinking magnet school.
Petra Ecclestine Foundation Every child deserves dance to grow strong and reach their full potential. The Petra Ecclestone Foundation is helping children with autism and meningitis overcome their challenges while empowering their childhood.
Whitefield Academy TrustWhitefield Academy Trust is recognized for its expertise in teaching children and youth with a wide range of special educational needs. It is an outstanding school with an international reputation for special education expertise, curriculum, and resources.
Queensmill SchoolIn line with Autism Awareness Week, Queensmill launched theirr Q-inclusive initiative to recognize, share and celebrate our relationships within our community.
Autism UnravelledThey provide a professional and effective evaluation, therapy and training service in Neurodiversity. They specialize in understanding and identifying neurodiverse presentations that include ASC and ADHD. At Autism Unraveled they work in the community to support people of all ages, their families, and the broader network, including schools and employers.
Petra´s placePetra's Place is an inclusive daycare and early intervention therapy center for children in general and children with special needs and autism.
Aurora House Aurora House, named after Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights), is a center for elementary school children with autism. It is part of Wyvil Elementary School. Aurora House is temporarily based in Waterloo and currently caters for Year 4 pupils. When we move to our permanent site in Kennington Park in January 2017, the center will grow each year to eventually offer 56 elementary age places for children. with autism.
Keen LondonKEEN London offers free and highly requested personalized assistance at free sports and activities sessions for children with additional needs or disabilities.
Wyvil Primary SchoolWyvil School and Resource Bases for Speech, Language and Communication Needs, and Autism. Wyvil Elementary School's Autism Resource Base is for elementary-age children with autism. It is part of the Wyvil Primary School, which in turn is part of the Wyvern Federation. The resource base sites are commissioned and funded by the local Lambeth authority.
The Bridge London The Bridge Easton is a 170-seat special school for students ages 4-19 with a primary need for cognition and learning. The school includes a specialist base of 18 places for students with autism. As a special school, all sites will be commissioned and funded by the Norfolk County Council.
Kith and Kids. Supporting disability – focusing on abilities Kith & Kids supports families who have a son or daughter with autism or a learning disability (many also have a physical or sensory disability) to overcome their social isolation. They offer a variety of volunteer-supported projects and services, offering opportunities to learn new skills, make friends, get out and have fun.
Northway SchoolNorthway School is a special school in the London Borough of Barnet serving over 110 students with a variety of learning difficulties, particularly on the autism spectrum. The website has been designed to give you an introduction to the school, its objectives, policies and activities.
Parent Infant Centre It is a private clinic based in London, offering psychotherapy for parents, babies, children, adolescents and family. They specialize in working with parents and their children with emotional dysregulation, including autistic behaviors, Asperger's, ADHD, learning difficulties, and other developmental concerns.
Norwood. Taking on life together Norwood makes an invaluable difference in people's lives. They have a multidisciplinary team of professionals and a family of services specifically designed to support vulnerable children and their families, and children with special educational needs.
MencapIts objectives are to achieve a significant and measurable improvement in the attitudes of people towards people with learning disabilities and to contribute to improving the quality of life of people with intellectual disabilities.
Anna Freud. Nacional Centre for Children and Families Its mission is to transform the experience of children, youth and their families with mental health. They conduct research to improve understanding of mental health and resilience and to evaluate and improve the treatments and services offered to children and families.
Centre for Research in Autism and Education The Center for Autism Research and Education (CRAE) is a partnership between the UCL Institute of Education (IOE), University College London, the leading center for education and social research in the UK, and Ambitious on Autism, the national charity for children. and young people with autism.
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Oliver House SchoolOliver House School is a highly specialized school for children with autism, ages six to 19. It is specially designed to help youth with high functioning autism, as well as those with complex autism with significant learning difficulties. The school also has four partner children's homes, offering 52-week residential care.
Hillside Specialist School and CollegeHillside Specialist School is a specialist communication and interaction school in Lancashire for students ages three to nineteen with autism spectrum disorder. Students participate in a comprehensive personalized curriculum.
Oakfield House schoolStudents in the school have a variety of educational needs including emotional, social and mental health difficulties that have made it difficult for them to cope with normal primary education.
Autism Alliance Our mission is to improve the choice and quality of services and support for people with autism. As an alliance, they have shared beliefs and values related to the individual potential of people on the autism spectrum.
NewfieldNewfield School is a multi-denominational school maintained by Blackburn with the Darwen Borough Council that provides high-quality specialized education for children and youth ages 2-19. They meet the needs of their pupils and students who have a wide range of learning needs, including autism, complex medical needs, and sensory disabilities.
West Lancashire Community High SchoolThe school offers a special section where you can see a list of different entities and additional supports for people with autism spectrum disorder.
Action ASD This platform presents the direct contact details of staff members who work from home during the coronavirus pandemic with their respective contact details.
ADHD Foundation The ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity is an integrated health and education service that provides a unique life strength-based service for 1 in 5 people living with ADHD, autism, dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, and Tourette syndrome. They work in partnership with agencies from all commercial and public service sectors to create a paradigm shift in health, education and employment.
Family Fund. Family Fund is the UK's largest charity providing grants to families raising seriously ill or disabled children and youth. Its purpose is to improve the lives of low-income families raising seriously ill or disabled children and youth.
Red Marsh SchoolRed Marsh School offers places for students from 2 to 19 years old with special educational needs. Students have a wide range of needs, including students with Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD), Students with Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD), Students with Autism (ASD), and Students with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD). Throughout the school, students have additional needs stemming from sensory and physical disabilities.
West Kirby School & collegeThey offer educational and residential services for children and young people from 5 to 19 years old, with a range of complex difficulties in social communication, learning, sensory and emotional needs, through a range of cognitive skills.
Woodlands SchoolStudents have a wide range of learning needs, including severe, profound and complex learning difficulties, and many have a wide range of additional special educational needs, including hearing or visual impairment, epilepsy or other health conditions and spectrum disorder autistic.
Autism Initiatives In a variety of locations in the UK and Ireland, they offer a wide range of support for autistic people. From supported living to schools, from short break service to one-stop shops, from internships to training, clubs and activities, Autism Initiatives has a wealth of resources and expertise that help autistic people to achieve your personal goals.
The William Henry Smith SchoolThey work with children and youth between the ages of 5 and 19 on a wide spectrum of social, emotional and mental health challenges and use their knowledge, experience and expertise to help them "become the best that they can be." Common diagnoses and learning profiles among students include ADHD, PDA, FASD, autism, and attachment disorder.
Lancashire Autism Service LTDLANCASHIRE AUTISM SERVICE LTD Originally working as 'Missing Link', then for many years as 'Brief Therapy Support Services', the practice has grown into today's team of clinical psychologists and specialty counselors, all dedicated to helping people on the autism spectrum.
Special Needs and Parents SNAP is an Essex charity for families with children and youth who have a special need or disability. From its base in Brentwood, SNAP offers a helping hand to thousands of families who need support in a variety of ways. You do not need a formal diagnosis or professional referral to access SNAP services, available to families with children and youth ages 0-25. The goals of SNAP are to inform, encourage and support parents so that they can grow in strength and knowledge and be better equipped to provide the best possible help to their children.
Autism Aware UKAutism Aware UK was founded to help provide support, while also raising awareness and funding to help support people whose lives are affected by autism.
Disability GrantsThis platform shows some of the entities that work for autism and associated syndromes. Who seek to be a support for all those people within the disorder.
Autism SpeaksAutism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout life, to the needs of people with autism and their families. They do this through advocacy and support; increase understanding and acceptance of people with autism; and advance research into the causes and best interventions for autism spectrum disorder and related conditions.
Autistic Spectrum Disorder Training They offer counseling, support and training to families of children or young people aged 0-19 in Liverpool who are awaiting an ASD evaluation or who already have a diagnosis. The training programs aim to tap into the family's knowledge of ASD, are tailored to the child's age, and are accredited by the National Autistic Society (NAS).
The Isabella Trust The platform offers a description of the websites of some of the entities that work for autism, Asperger's syndrome and other conditions related to these disorders. Each of them has their respective contact details.
Autism together Autism Together is now one of the nation's leading providers of services and support for people with autism and their families. They campaign on behalf of all people affected by autism, they encourage all their supporters to get involved in fundraising and volunteering. Additionally, they offer comprehensive training and job development to their employees.
Children’s development specialist Dr. Kukendrarajah currently offers joint private evaluations with highly specialized speech and language therapists for the diagnosis and management of ASD and associated conditions such as ADHD, dyspraxia (developmental coordination disorder), challenging behavior, sleeping and eating problems and other neurodevelopmental disorders. problems such as cerebral palsy and general developmental delay.
The Holmewood School The Holmewood School London, is a multi-site school for autistic youth of all genders aged 7-19 based in North London. While autism will be the primary need for our students, they may also have additional diagnoses that affect their learning, communication, social ability, and sometimes their mental health.
Netley It is an inclusive school, located within the Netley Campus, a state-of-the-art learning environment for children and adults. They have 415 children, including Woodlands, a leading center for children with autism.
Kestrel House SchoolThey are a small and friendly independent special school for students ages 5 to 16 who have autism, additional learning difficulties, and complex needs. At Kestrel House, students are recognized and valued for their unique strengths and contribution to the school community. They make sure to provide each child with an autism-friendly environment, appropriate curriculum, and autism-specific interventions to meet their needs and equip them for adult life.
First Brigde Centre First Bridge Center is an Ofsted accredited early intervention center for children with autism spectrum disorders. They are dedicated to a child-centered and individualized approach, combining clinical and educational experience in a fun, safe, and engaging environment for the youth they support.
Autistica They are the UK's national autism research charity. They focus on giving autistic people the opportunity to live a long, happy and healthy life. They do this by funding research, policy making, and working with autistic people to understand their needs.
The Nas Lorna Wing Centre for Autism The Nas Lorna Wing Center For Autism is located at Elliot House, Masons Hill, Bromley, BR2 9HT with contact number 020 8466 0098. In the link you can find your email.
The Knightly Trust Knightly Trust offers specialized services and support for vulnerable children and young adults. They specialize in children and young adults with an autism spectrum condition and special educational needs.
Ambitious CollegeAmbicious College is an independent, specialized day college dedicated to supporting youth with autism ages 16-25. They believe that all young people who attend Ambicioso College deserve a full, happy and rewarding life. His educational approach is centered on the individual at all times.
Willow Dene school Willow Dene is a successful and confident school. They now support other settings in developing the quality of their own practice and we will be an integral part of national developments in providing for children with special educational needs. Willow Dene is an ambitious, forward-thinking, and fully inclusive community that is very successful in removing barriers to access and learning for all of its children and families.
The Mulberry Primary School The school is fully committed to working with parents to give children the best start in their education, as well as to support children to be whole people and good citizens of the future. They have a Provision of 18 places for autism depending on the site.
The Kingswood Centre They specialize in evaluating and treating people with learning disabilities, who have mental health problems or challenging behaviors. The institution has a multidisciplinary team comprised of nurses, trained support workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, an occupational therapist, physical therapists, a physical exercise coach, a speech and language therapist, a music therapist, an independent advocate, and a variety of administrative staff.
Baston house school Baston House School is a specialized independent day education provider in Bromley, Kent for children and youth ages 5-19 who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC). They are part of Options Autism, a specialized provider of education and care for youth and adults with ASC.
The Centre For Research In Autism And Educaction CRAEIts mission is to improve the lives of autistic people and their families through research. They actively engage with autistic people and their allies (eg, families, educators, physicians), as well as with policy makers and the general public, to promote autism awareness and acceptance. They accomplish this through collaborative research practice, knowledge sharing, and organizing an active program of public participation events.
ACAMHIts membership comprises a diverse group of world-leading child mental health physicians, professionals and researchers, working in a variety of child and adolescent mental health domains.
NSPC The New School is a center of excellence for training and research in existential psychotherapy, counseling psychology, and coaching. It has attracted many experienced and creative teachers and trainers, as well as numerous research supervisors with a history of original research publications in the field.
Centre 404Center 404 is a prominent and successful charity that offers friendly, trustworthy, and person-centered support to people with learning disabilities, autism, and their families. They currently operate in 6 London boroughs.
Peter House SchoolIt is a non-maintained specialized school that offers day and residential services for children and youth ages 5 to 19 who have a diagnosis of autism spectrum condition.
Inscape House School At Inscape House School, they break down the barriers to learning for children with autism. Based in Cheadle, they support youth from Year 1 to Year 14. They recognize that every child is different. That is why they created individual learning programs combined with a core team of therapists. All delivered by our dedicated team and accredited by the National Autistic Society.
Clinical PartnersIt is one of the UK's leading mental health service providers working both privately and with the NHS to help individuals and families experiencing mental and emotional difficulties get better.
Leeds Autism Services Leeds Autism Services is a charity dedicated to helping create a more autism-friendly society. We have helped people with autism reach their true potential. They campaign for the rights and recognition of autistic people, and we believe that education and understanding of autism is the key to creating a more autism-friendly society.
Lighthouse School LeedsLighthouse School Leeds was Yorkshire's first free special school. They are dedicated to youth ages 11-19 with an autism spectrum condition (ASC) or related communication disorder and pride themselves on offering individualized learning for each of their students.
Specialist Autism Services Specialist Autism Services has worked exclusively for and with adults (18+) on the autism spectrum and their families since 1999. It is a non-profit organization that works with the charity Sacar to provide specific autism services throughout the region. from Yorkshire.
North West SILCSpecialist Autism Services has worked exclusively for and with adults (18+) on the autism spectrum and their families since 1999. It is a non-profit organization that works with the charity Sacar to provide specific autism services throughout the region. from Yorkshire.
Richmond Hill Rainbow Base is a resource provider, providing support and education to 33 elementary-age children with a primary need in complex communication difficulties. The curriculum is designed and taught by three lead teachers and several learning support assistants. Students are supported by a highly trained team, who are trained in a variety of approaches, such as Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), Intensive Interaction, Autism Care, and Makaton.
The Image ProjectThe IMAGE project is a strategic partnership funded by Erasmus and more than 5 higher education institutions from 5 European countries. Its purpose is to help college students with autism appreciate and demonstrate their strengths to employers. Her work focuses on skills development, self-defense and the exchange of supportive good practices between universities and employers. Additionally, IMAGE has as one of its main objectives the creation of employability tools for autistic students so that they can develop their employability skills and better understand professional goals.
People mattersPeople Matters creates opportunities for people with learning disabilities and other hidden disabilities who experience disadvantage to be more independent and enjoy life in the same way as anyone else.
West specialist Inclusive Learning Centre SILC is a special community school, under the organization of the Leeds City Council. The school has a governing body that supports and challenges the principal to guide the future direction of the school. They serve a wide range of special educational needs: moderate and severe learning difficulties, complex and multiple learning needs (CMLN / PMLD); complex autism, autism spectrum disorders, and social, emotional, and mental health needs. West SILC is also a regional center of excellence for the MOVE program, which supports its students with physical disabilities in developing functional skills for daily living.
People in Action We are a charity based in Leeds, West Yorkshire, supporting people with learning disabilities and autism. They offer many different services, such as, One-to-one support, Courses to learn and live well, Social groups and Children and youth groups
Pentland Field School Pentland Field School is a comprehensive school for students ages 4-19 with a Statement of Special Educational Needs or a newly introduced Education, Health, and Care Plan. Students are stimulated and challenged with a curriculum that actively enables and encourages them to be independent and to make a real contribution to their community.
World Autism Awareness Week World Autism Awareness Week is an internationally recognized event that takes place each year to raise awareness of people with autism spectrum disorders, including autism and Asperger syndrome, around the world. The Leeds United Foundation works with hundreds of people, adults and children, every week with a variety of disabilities, including those who are on the autism spectrum.
Stars Team His is to train professionals to raise standards in the education of children and youth with autism. The contribution of STARS has been invaluable in improving practice within the school and ensuring that they are providing the best provision to meet the needs of students with autism.
HollybushHollybush Elementary School has an inclusive spirit and works in partnership with children, parents, and other agencies to provide the best possible educational outcomes. They have high expectations of all children and provide support at the earliest stage possible when needed. The goal is to create a learning environment that is flexible enough to meet the needs of all members of our school community.
ABA & Autism in the UKThe ABA Access4All campaign estimates that over 3,000 autistic children are receiving some form of state-funded ABA in the UK, be it in a home program, in a special ABA school, in a special school that uses ABA together with other disciplines, or with an ABA-trained shadow in the mainstream. Several local authorities, including Southwark, Shropshire, Halton, and Leicestershire, employ BCBA and other ABA professionals to assist autistic children and adults in schools and other arrangements.
Mossbrook SchoolMossbrook is a special elementary school maintained in Sheffield where the staff has the knowledge and skills to meet the needs of students, ages four to eleven, who have a variety of special educational needs and disabilities.
Bents Green School Bents Green School offers specialized education for young people from 11 to 19 years old with autism spectrum conditions and communication and interaction difficulties.
Sheffield Adult Autism and Neurodevelopmental Service (SAANS)SAANS provides diagnostic evaluation and post-diagnosis support for individuals with an autism spectrum disorder and associated neurodevelopmental disorders, such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Autism Plus They were created by a group of parents in 1986 who were looking for the best support for their children who were about to leave a specialized school. They established Autism Plus in the commercial town of Thorne, near Doncaster, to provide person-centered support in residential living and learning for adults and youth with autism and learning disabilities.
Sparkle Sheffield Sparkle Sheffield is a registered local charity that supports children and youth from birth to 25 with autism spectrum disorders and other social communication difficulties. The entity exists to help families with autistic children face the challenges they face, feel less isolated, less scared and more empowered.
Autism Centre for Supported EmploymentThe goals of the Autism Center for Supported Employment are to focus on finding paid jobs and work experience for working-age adults on the autism spectrum. Providing specialized support to our clients, as well as advising and supporting their employer so that each individual gets the best of the experience and finally, breaking down the barriers so that people with autism are recognized for who they are as individuals.
Norfolk Park School It is a designated school for children with special educational needs. The school population comes from a city-wide hinterland and serves children between the ages of three and eleven with profound and multiple learning disabilities, severe learning difficulties, complex medical needs, and autism. The school's policy aims to provide a tailored curriculum that is comprehensive, balanced, and relevant to each individual child.
Holgate Meadows School and Heritage Park SchoolThe two schools work together to provide the best possible care and education for children with social, emotional and mental health needs. Their work is based on relational practice and when you visit our schools you will see a warm environment, genuine care for children, and strong connections between adults and children.
Becton SchoolInitially, Becton School worked only with patients at the Becton Center for Children and Young People, a CAMH level 4 residential unit. However, they now encompass 3 other separate sites each of which works with a different cohort of students. Sheffield Children's Hospital staff work with patients admitted for a wide variety of medical needs. The Kenwood center is a site for students with autism and mental health problems, while the Moncrieffe Center supports Sheffield students who are too medically ill to attend school, either due to a medical condition or from mental health.
Paces SchoolPaces is a small specialized school for children living with cerebral palsy and other neurological disorders. They are located in North Sheffield and provide education to children from Sheffield and other neighboring authorities. Paces is a special non-maintenance school that delivers the national curriculum through the framework of conductive education.
Burton Street Foundation It's a pretty big organization now, but Burton Street is still non-profit and never lost its soul. That is what makes it the special and unique place that it is. They organize countless events every year. We employ about 140 people. Its disability services have around 250 clients. 14 local businesses are based there, and around 35 charities and community groups use their facilities each week.
Sheffield Parent Carer Forum They are an independent group of parents and caregivers of children and youth (0-25) with special educational needs and disabilities. Its main objective is to ensure that the needs of children are met. They brought together parent caregivers from across Sheffield to provide mutual support, exchange information and influence policy and practice.
Woolley Wood School Woolley Wood is a small special elementary school for children with severe and complex learning disabilities and difficulties. They have a team of staff dedicated to making a difference for our children. They are part of the Yewlands family of schools and are located together with Mansel School in adjoining buildings.
Autism East Midlands Sutherland House School is one of the specialized services provided by Autism East Midlands. It is a special non-maintained school for 94 autistic students from 3 to 19 years old. They have provided specialized education for autistic children and youth since 1968.
Hilltop School Hilltop is an all-ages (2-19) school for children and youth with severe learning difficulties and complex needs. An analysis of the primary and secondary needs of their students shows that: “16% of our students experience severe learning difficulties; 23% of our students experience profound and multiple learning difficulties; 39% of our students have autism spectrum difficulties; 3% difficulties in speech, language and communication.”
MacintyEstablished in 1966 by Kenneth Newton Wright, father of a disabled child, MacIntyre has grown to be a leading national charity, highly respected and committed to setting standards and increasing choice. They provide learning, support and care to over 1200 children, youth and adults who have a learning disability and / or autism in locations in England and Wales.
The Willows SchoolThe school accepts students from 7 to 19 years old with a variety of moderate learning difficulties; some with additional needs such as speech and language difficulties, children on the autism spectrum, and children with emotional and behavioral difficulties.
Abbeywood School Abbeywood School is a specialized independent coeducational day school that provides high-quality education for boys and girls. Based in Rotherham, the school meets the needs of a diverse group of students with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs, along with a variety of other associated conditions.
Carers Trust. Sheffield Carers Centre The organization exists to help any adult who is an unpaid caregiver. A caregiver is someone who provides practical and / or emotional support to an adult or child with an illness, disability, frailty, mental health problems, or substance abuse problems. Sheffield Carers Center offers advice, information and support.
Sheffield Autistic Society Sheffield Autistic Society Supports autistic people and their families. Provides an extensive list of Links available to the public of organizations or information of interest regarding autism very useful for all people within the spectrum
Sheffield Directory The Autism Education Team provides counseling and support to schools and settings for children and youth who have autism and differences in social communication. The team also has ties to the Ryegate Childrens Center, including joint parenting training sessions and joint management of an autism group before daycare.
Asperger’s Children and Carers Together Asperger's Children and Carers Together (ACCT) is a parent-caregiver-led support group for autistic children and youth and their families in Sheffield. They run their Acctivate groups for kids ages 5-12 on Saturday mornings and a teen youth club on Wednesday nights, as well as soccer coaches from the ACCT Academy and online clubs from Minecraft and Dungeons and Dragons.
Briston Autism ProjectThe Bristol Autism Project offers family vacation activities for children and youth ages 4-18 with Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC) or Social and Communicative Interaction Needs (SCIN) and their siblings who live in Bristol. Families must live at an address in the Bristol Local Authority area to access this service OR they may have a child attending a special school in Bristol OR be in the care of the Bristol Social Work team but live outside of Bristol board.
Special Needs UK This site continues to provide parents and educational professionals with detailed information about schools / colleges / centers and support groups for children and young adults with special educational needs. You can use the site to find and find the right facility or support group for your child. Find products / services and review the latest events or find professional services.
Bristol Early YearsThe Early Years Service funds the Bristol Autism Team to provide support, counseling and guidance to early childhood professionals in settings that enable them to ensure that children with an ASD diagnosis can fully access their early education.
Bristol’s SEND Local Offer – Autism Support Bristol Autism Team Education Center supports children and youth who have a formal autism diagnosis through early childhood settings such as daycare and preschool, elementary school, high school, post 16 settings
National Autistic Society BristolIt is the Bristol branch of the UK's leading charity for people with autism (including Asperger's syndrome) and their families. They provide pioneering information, support and services, and we campaign for a better world for people with autism.
Bristol Autism Support Bristol is a council-led team that supports children and youth with autism in Bristol mainstream schools from reception to the end of high school. To learn more about the service they provide, visit the Bristol Local Offer website.
Air Balloon Hill Primary School As an inclusive school, they have been successful in meeting a wide range of different needs, when budget, resources, and availability of expertise have allowed. This has included students with: dyslexia, autism spectrum condition, developmental coordination disorder (dyspraxia), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Down syndrome, attachment disorder, physical difficulties, visual and hearing impairment.
Chipping Sodbury SchoolThe Access Center is a joyful, welcoming, and supportive setting where students diagnosed with the autism spectrum can learn, thrive, and succeed in a positive and nurturing environment specifically designed to meet their spectrum of needs.
Avon Autistic Foundation These homes specialize for service users on the ASD spectrum, and staff training focuses on this complex condition.
Autism Bristol Autism Bristol - A highly specialized speech and language therapy service, working with children, young adults, and their families with autism spectrum conditions.
Venturers´s AcademyVenturers' Academy is Bristol's first state funded provision of specialists for all ages for children with a primary diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC) and who have an Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP). It offers an outstanding, personalized and challenging education, where students aspire to and achieve the highest levels of achievement both academically and socially.
AuroraAurora Hedgeway School offers flexible day placements for children and youth with communication and associated difficulties. Students may be on the autism spectrum, have Asperger's syndrome, or other difficulties that affect their emotional health and well-being and create barriers to learning.
Kingsweston SchoolAlthough Kingsweston is a wonderfully diverse school located in four different locations in North Bristol, there are some fundamentals that are common to all the sites and that inform its practice. Wherever a student is educated, they deliver relevant, individualized and meaningful curriculum within a context informed by an approach known as PACE. It comprises four personal qualities (joy, acceptance, curiosity and empathy) that allow adults to help each child / young person to develop their self-awareness, emotional intelligence, emotional regulation and resilience.
I am autism It is a UK registered charity that works with and supports a wide range of people, ages 10 and up, who also have a diagnosis of autism spectrum condition, such as their families, guardians and caregivers in Greater Manchester. Their goal is to be the leading developer and provider of support services for people with autism in the region and to be known as an example and the first point of contact in this area.
Together TrustAt Together Trust, for 150 years they have been advocating for and caring for people with disabilities, autism and complex health needs, and providing life-changing support for cared for children and people with caregivers. It is one of the Northwest's leading charities for people with disabilities. We help children, adults, parents and caregivers, providing individualized care, support and education to thousands of people each year.
Reddish Hall School It is a specialized school that serves children with HEMS and associated conditions. All of his students have had previous difficulties with social, emotional and mental health skills, which have been a barrier to learning in their previous academic settings. About half of the students are diagnosed with an autism spectrum condition, and some may be currently undergoing evaluation.
Manchester Academy´s Autism Resource CentreManchester Academy has a provision to help students with autism reach their full potential in school. This is called the Autism Resource Center (ARC) which is a specialized provision with secondary resources to support students who are on the autism spectrum. A resource provision provides additional specialized facilities on a regular school site for a small number of pupils
Brigth Futures School Bright Futures School is a small, enriching and special independent school for children with autism with a low stimulus environment and a high level of 1-1 teaching by learning mentors supervised by qualified teaching staff.
Young Foundations They specialize in reduced residential services for children and youth with complex needs, including autism, learning disabilities, and mental health issues. They also offer specialized placements for children who may have suffered trauma or who have attachment problems.
TweendykesTweendykes is a special community school serving students with severe learning disabilities and physical disabilities ages 3-19. They strive to provide a curriculum that motivates our students and encourages them to continue learning every day.
Special Starts FoundationSpecial Stars Foundation is a registered non-profit charity. The aim is to improve the quality of life for people with significant physical and learning disabilities and their families in Hull and East Yorkshire. They do this by providing a diverse calendar of creative learning and social activities. We also offer a range of support, training and counseling services for parent caregivers.
Northcott School Students on the list at Northcott are between the ages of five and sixteen. They also support a significant number of students with ASD or social communication difficulties throughout the city to access general education. All have an Educational Health Care Plan that is linked to a specific diagnosis of autism or a more generic diagnosis of the need to learn communication and social interaction.
Matthew’s HubThey are a support service for autistic people without learning disabilities over the age of 13, residents of Hull or East Riding who have or are awaiting a diagnostic evaluation. They provide counseling and support regarding employment, education, housing, benefits, health, and diagnosis.
Herads Hull and East Riding Autism Diagnostic Service The services will focus on the diagnosis of children and adolescents. These children may or may not have associated learning difficulties and some may have superior intelligence. They exhibit numerous behavioral difficulties both at home and at school, as the demands and challenges of normal socialization and communication increase. Their needs are not always identified and they run the risk of poor performance, social isolation, and even exclusion from school.
Life for a Kid Foundation Life For a Kid was created in March 2009 with the aim of helping children under the age of 16 by offering funds and equipment to help them lead a better life and also to help children who require life-saving or life-changing operations. lifetime.
Find Your Perfect online Autism tutor in Kingston Upon HullThe platform allows you to search for autism tutors online. Lessons take place in the online classroom. All lessons are 1-1 and include live audio and video. You can view and speak with your tutor as if it were an in-person session. The classroom also includes powerful online-only learning tools such as document sharing and the interactive whiteboard.
Harry Watts Academy Harry Watts Academy is a special school serving children ages 5-16 based in the city of Sunderland. The curriculum is based on the understanding that each child and youth with autism can see the world and learn in a very different way. Therefore, they are committed to customizing the curriculum according to the unique qualities and needs of each student, and a teaching and learning approach that is flexible and informed by specialized knowledge of the strengths and difficulties associated with autism. in general.
Thomas Bewick School Thomas Bewick School is a specialized institution for children and young people with autism. They serve children and young people from 2 to 19 years old with a range of abilities and differences associated with the autism spectrum and all of our students have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP).
Daisy Chain Daisy Chain is a charity that provides a variety of support services to children and adults affected by autism, whether diagnosed or undergoing the diagnostic process, their parents / caregivers and their siblings who live in an area postal code TS or DL.
Education and Services for People with Autism LimitedHere is a list of entities that provide education and services for people with limited autism spectrum disorder, each with their respective details
Autism Morth EastAutism North East is a social enterprise non-profit organization offering assessment and intervention services to both families and professionals in the North East of England, working in partnership with community groups.
ESPA. Education & Services for People with AutismThe organization's highly trained staff has outstanding knowledge of autism spectrum conditions and associated or additional disabilities or difficulties. These include learning disabilities, challenging behaviors, ADHD, obsessive compulsive disorders, mental health problems, epilepsy, and a variety of other health conditions. ESPA services include: Independent College of Higher Education Specialists, Residential Care, Assisted Living Home and Floating Support, Transition Services, Day Opportunities and Supported Internships
HedleysNorthern Counties School is a school that sets out to make a difference in the learning, well-being, and future life opportunities of children and youth with significant additional needs. Teachers, therapists, and special support assistants work together in transdisciplinary teams to meet the individual needs of each student.
Autism AbleIt is an autism friendly organization that focuses on student engagement and employment opportunities. All staff is comprised of qualified tutors and support workers who have extensive experience working with ASC / Autism and other learning differences.
Parkside House School The school is registered to accommodate 35 students and we specialize in teaching students with emotional, social and behavioral needs, with other associated cognitive and learning difficulties, including autism spectrum disorders, attachment disorders, oppositional defiant disorder, ADHD, ADD, Tourette syndrome, among others.
DimensionsIt is one of the largest non-profit organizations in the country that supports people with learning disabilities, autism, challenging behaviors and complex needs, our values guide us. People with learning disabilities and their families are at the center of everything they do and want everyone they support to have a great life, with excellent results.
Wakefield Pathways School A special state school for boys and girls from 4 to 11 years old. Type of SEN benefit: ASD - Autism Spectrum Disorder; SLD - Severe Learning Difficulty. Located on Poplar Avenue, Townville, Castleford, West Yorkshire, WF10 3QJ
Brompton HallBrompton Hall School is a strong special school with a history of "good" and "excellent" Ofsted inspections. The school has a large number of subscriptions and offers a high quality educational experience for all students with stated needs or education, health and care plans (EHCP) from North Yorkshire and beyond.
Forest School The school supports student learning with an Education and Health Plan from Early Years to Year 11 (3-16 years). Students who join the school have a wide range of challenges in their lives. They currently have children with Moderate Learning Difficulties, Severe Learning Difficulties, Complex Medical Difficulties, Down Syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, Physical Difficulties, Hearing Impairment and Autism
Cambian GroupThey offer a wide range of specialist services throughout England. These services include specialized education schools and colleges for both day and residential students, residential care homes, and a therapeutic foster care service. Specialized education schools and colleges support children and youth with ASD, AS, moderate to severe learning disabilities, associated challenging behaviors, and complex needs.
Brookkands School Brooklands is a specialized school offering high quality education for students with a wide range of complex needs. Their students are between 4 and 19 years old.
Stafford Hall School The school has capacity for 12 children and young people from 11 to 19 years old. The school is coeducational and non-denominational. Its aim is to help children and young people develop a wide range of skills, such as communication, social skills and independence in an environment that offers warmth, security, coherence and understanding. Children and youth are supported by a range of highly qualified staff who help ensure that all children and youth experience a wide range of different opportunities and enjoy their childhood.
Beverley School Beverley School is an all-age specialty school for students with an autism spectrum condition. All students follow the national curriculum and most will achieve external accreditation. Students also have the option of staying with them after the age of 16 if they deem it appropriate and many of their students follow that option.
Living AutismThe directors of Living Autism are dedicated to improving services for people with autism. With over 60 years of collective experience in providing autism services, Living Autism has extensive knowledge of this complex industry.
Lighthouse School Lighthouse School Leeds was Yorkshire's first free special school. They are dedicated to youth ages 11-19 with an autism spectrum condition (ASC) or a related communication disorder. They offer individualized learning for each of their students.
Riverside School The school supports children ages 4-18 who will typically have a wide variety of learning difficulties, autism spectrum conditions, and medical or sensory deficiencies that present a barrier to their learning. They have recently changed the designation to include students with complex and severe learning difficulties and those with multiple and profound needs.
Riverside School The school supports children ages 4-18 who will typically have a wide variety of learning difficulties, autism spectrum conditions, and medical or sensory deficiencies that present a barrier to their learning. They have recently changed the designation to include students with complex and severe learning difficulties and those with multiple and profound needs.
St Anne’s School ans Sixth Form CollegeAs an outstanding school, sixth grade and residence, we offer an inclusive environment where the motto "we all achieve" is at the forefront of all the work they undertake. All staff working at St Anne's strive to provide a safe and supportive environment that is responsive to the needs of our students. They provide all students with opportunities and experiences through a personalized curriculum aimed at developing life skills and independence, preparing them for life after St Anne's.
Abbey SchoolThe new residential provision, Abbey Green, accommodates children with autism who may have additional learning difficulties and challenging behaviors, and who require a residential location that offers 24/7 support. Abbey Green will accommodate up to 30 children ages 8-19, providing a high level of accommodation and support that extends our school learning through a fun-filled activity curriculum during the day, at home, and in the community.
Sunderland Autism Outreach Team is an entity that provides programs, activities and spaces for children with ASD. Additionally, they have a large team specialized in working with children and people with autism.
Oaklands SchoolIt is an autism specialty school where the staff strives to understand the needs of each child so that they can develop their full potential and work with the community to develop a broader understanding of autism.
ALP LeicesterAt ALP Leicester we specialize in educational placements for youth with SEND, including (but not limited to) Autism Spectrum Disorder, Emotional, Social and Behavioral Difficulties, Challenging Behavior, and Mental Health Issues.
Leicester Shire Autistic Society The Leicestershire Autism Society provides support, information and advice to families and professionals dealing with autism in Leicestershire, Leicester City and Rutland. It is a volunteer-run organization, where the vast majority of our volunteers are parents or caregivers of someone with ASD.
Wolfdale School Wolfdale School is a multi-site independent specialized school in Leicestershire. Its provision is for youth with an educational health and care plan and those with a diagnosis that includes autism spectrum disorders (ASD), attention deficit / hyperactivity disorder, anxiety, and socio-emotional mental health.
Keyham Lodge School Keyham Lodge School is a vibrant and successful city special school that is part of a federation with neighboring Millgate School. All students have an education and health plan and the school cohort is made up of KS3 and KS4 and serves both girls and boys from KS3 onwards.
Sendiass LeicesterSENDIASS Leicester provides free, confidential and unbiased information, advice and support to parents and caregivers of young people ages 0-25 with special educational needs or disabilities (SENDs), as well as young people themselves.
LEAT. Leicestershire Empowerment for Autism TodayLEAT is a charity that offers a wide range of specialized support services to youth and adults with Asperger's syndrome living in the city of Leicester or the county of Leicestershire. They offer a complete and flexible range of support services to our group of clients through LEAT Consulting. They also offer Asperger Awareness training to professionals and employers.
Nethergate Academy Nethergate Academy is a coeducational academy in the city of Nottingham that provides high-quality education for children and youth ages 5-19 with special educational needs, many of whom have previously had difficulty 'fitting in' into a general environment. . Nethergate has a highly experienced and dedicated teaching and support staff that offers an exciting and varied curriculum that ensures students are given every opportunity to reach their full potential and learn the key skills for success in life.
Autism Support in Schools Part of the local offering that provides advice and support to children, families and educational establishments in Leicestershire. They advise educational establishments on how to better meet the needs of students on the autism spectrum. They also offer specific advice for children with an autism spectrum (ASD) diagnosis between the ages of 5 and 19. The AOT is the East Midlands Hub for the Autism Education Trust Opens another website in a new window providing training throughout the region.
Frances Taylor Foundation They mainly work for people with learning disabilities and also for older people. They challenge people to strive for greater independence and richer interaction with people and the world around them. They support people with a wide range of care and support needs, including some people with complex needs stemming from a variety of disabilities and health conditions, including mental health issues.
Birtenshaw School MerseysideBirtenshaw School Merseyside is an independent special school offering education for children ages 3-19 who have an EHCP (Education Health Care Plan), for students with significant physical disabilities, complex health needs, learning disabilities and / or spectrum conditions. autistic.
Henshaws Specialist CollegeHenshaws is a northern charity that supports people living with vision loss and a variety of other disabilities to exceed expectations. Support, counseling, and training enable individuals and their families to develop skills, build confidence, help each other, and look to a more positive future.
Cambury School Canbury School is a unique and happy co-educational independent day school for boys and girls aged 11-18 on the outskirts of London, next to Richmond Park. With excellent transport links to the school, students come from a mix of locations such as Barnes, Putney, Wandsworth, New Malden, Richmond, Teddington, Twickenham, Hampton, Epsom, Central London, Surrey, and other South East areas such as Esher . and Effingham.
Dysart School Dysart is a provision for students with a variety of severe and complex learning disabilities, within the Royal Borough of Kingston and beyond. The school is part of the Orchard Hill College Academy Trust. At Dysart they strive to promote equal opportunities by maximizing access and supporting each young person to develop skills of independence and advocacy, self-esteem, confidence and respect for others.
Millstead School Out of 130 enrolled students, 121 children have a Statement of Special Educational Needs or Education, Health and Social Care Plan because they have severe, profound learning difficulties and multiple learning difficulties or complex autism.
Hugh Baird CollegeThey work closely with the Sefton Schools for Special Educational Needs to provide the best possible place for students who need additional help and support, utilizing specialized facilities, expert approach, and caring attitude.
Hayfield School Hayfield is a local authority specialized school that strives to provide the highest quality of teaching and learning to students with social communication / autism needs, or students with moderate learning difficulties.
Springfield School Springfield School serves children and youth between the ages of 4 and 19 with severe learning difficulties and complex needs. Admission to Springfield School is for those children and youth with a Statement of Special Educational Needs or a Health Care Education Plan for: SLD (severe learning disabilities), PMLD (profound and multiple learning disabilities), Complex needs including language / communication, ASC (autism), Combination of the above.
Dorin Park School Dorin Park School and Specialist SEN College is a special school in Chester for students ages 2-19 with physical difficulties, moderate and complex learning difficulties, complex medical needs, and complex needs. The school has specialized instruction and support available for visually impaired students. In primary school (ages 2 to 11), classes are taught in the traditional primary school model; In high school (ages 11-19), most classes are taught in a high school model where subjects are taught by specialists.
Seashell Seashell is a national charity supporting children and young people with complex learning difficulties, disabilities and additional communication needs from across the UK. They provide education, care and support to individuals ages 2-25, in outstanding school and college, residential homes and through community facilities, as well as through the services they offer beyond our Cheadle Hulme site.
Chaigeley Educational Foundation Chaigeley is a specialized offer for students from 8 to 16 years old. They offer a flexible and therapeutic approach to meet the needs of youth experiencing Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) and other complex needs. They offer a broad curriculum, therapy, and tutoring in a structured and nurturing environment.
Hebden Green SchoolHebden Green is an outstanding school for students ages 2-19 with complex medical, learning, and physical needs. They expertly work with a range of professionals from multiple agencies to meet the health, wellness, and education needs of each of our students.
Hinderton School It is a 45-seat community special primary school based in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASC) and social communication difficulties. As a Cheshire West and Chester maintained special school, all admissions are handled through your colleague on the SEND team in Cheshire West.
Brookfields Special School Brookfields is an elementary special academy located in Widnes, Cheshire. The school offers a quality, inclusive and specialized education for students with severe and complex learning difficulties and autism spectrum disorders. The school is part of the Shaw Education Trust.
Rosebank School It is a specialized elementary school with
provision for children with autism, Asperger's syndrome and close social and communication difficulties
Northwich, Cheshire. We are judged good in all areas by Ofsted and are accredited by the National Autistic Society.
Peter Pan Centre It is a children's charity based in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire that supports children with special needs, from the moment they are born until they start school, and their families.
Cheshire Autism Practical Support LTD. ChAPS was started in April 2010 by three parents who have children on the spectrum. In 2013 they became a public limited company and a registered charity. They work very hard to deliver what we do because they know how important the information and services available are to you, they are essential for the future well-being of your children.
The Autism DirectoryThe directory offers guidance and information services on autism, within these informative articles, recreation, employment articles, therapy, research, education and health all in relation to autism.
Derbyshire Autism ServicesDERBYSHIRE AUTISM SERVICES is a small, hard-working charity that works throughout Derbyshire. They offer information, advice and guidance but above all support to children, youth and adults affected by autism - with or without a diagnosis - and their families. They also work with professionals in other services to ensure that the needs of individuals and families affected by autism are met and fully considered when engaging with them.
Derbyshire County Council. AutismDERBYSHIRE AUTISM SERVICES is a small, hard-working charity that works throughout Derbyshire. They offer information, advice and guidance but above all support to children, youth and adults affected by autism - with or without a diagnosis - and their families. They also work with professionals in other services to ensure that the needs of individuals and families affected by autism are met and fully considered when engaging with them.
Brampton Primary School In addition to our regular classrooms, Brampton Primary also has an enhanced Resource Center for students with autism. The Rainbow Room at Brampton Elementary School was established in September 2001 by the Derbyshire County Council Local Education Authority, as a provision for elementary school students with a diagnosis of ASD.
Peak School It is a small special school academy, from kindergarten to age 19, in the north west corner of Derbyshire. They serve children and young adults with a wide range of needs, particularly those with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLDs), communication difficulties, and those with challenging behaviors related to their associated learning difficulties.
Alfreton Park. Community Special School Alfreton Park Community Special School serves students with severe and profound learning difficulties. Additionally, many of the students are on the autism spectrum and have associated challenging behaviors.
Maplewell Hall School The school seeks for its students to believe in themselves, become more resilient, and learn that their special educational needs and disabilities are challenges to overcome and not barriers that stand in their way. Maplewell Hall School is accredited for autism by the National Autism Society. The school also has an extended day provision, which ties in closely with student academic outcomes and offers additional math, English, and science tuition, as well as essential life skills such as independent living and social skills. They support students for a wide spectrum of needs, including ADHD, autism spectrum conditions, and visual and hearing impairments.
Nottingham city Council. Autism Awareness ResourcesNottingham City Council is developing a training program to raise awareness of autism and challenge the stereotypes that still exist. This will be part of a broader training program for people whose work can put them in contact with people with autism. The foundation of the training is an e-learning package that was designed in partnership with autistic individuals and professionals from Nottinghamshire County Council, Nottingham City Council and the Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
Rosehill School It is an outstanding special school for 115 students ages 4-19 living with autism and a number of associated communication, social, sensory, and learning differences. They are committed and passionate about the learning and progress of our students.
Choice SupportChoice Support is a national charity, formed in 1984, that supports people with autism, learning disabilities, and mental health needs. They provide support to people of their own choosing and do not define people by their support needs or the name of a service model.
Holbrook School for AutismHolbrook School for Autism is a specialized school for children and youth with autism and learning disabilities, in the village of Holbrook near Belper. They offer places for students aged 4 to 19 living in Derbyshire, Derby City, Nottinghamshire and Staffordshire. They have a residential provision and a center for students with autism in primary age and with average capacity.
Carlton Dibgy School Carlton Digby School provides high-quality education for students with a wide range of special educational needs and disabilities ages 3-18. Students and staff create a happy, hardworking, exciting, and successful learning environment where everyone who attends has the opportunity to reach their full potential.
Specialist Educational Support NetworkAt SESN they provide a fresh, innovative and more valuable educational and wellness environment to support youth with social, emotional, behavioral and mental health difficulties in and around Lincolnshire. Together with their Independent School, they provide extension services and SEMH training courses.
Spalding Special Schools Federation Spalding special schools serve students ages 2 to 19 with a wide variety of special educational needs. Garth School meets the needs of students between the ages of 2 and 19 and is well equipped to deal with their complex, severe and profound learning difficulties. Priory School supports students ages 11-16 who have a variety of needs including moderate learning difficulties, autism, SEMH, and communication problems.
Humberston Park Special School The school offers Early Years Foundation Stage, primary, secondary and sixth grade education for students with severe or profound and multiple learning difficulties and disabilities. The age range is 2 to 19 years. The school day is from 9:00 a.m. M. At 3.00 p. M.
Lincolnshire Wolds Federation The Lincolnshire Wolds Federation serves students ages 2 to 19 with moderate to severe / profound learning difficulties and complex needs. The needs of the students are extremely broad; with a large majority on the autism spectrum, with others with emotional and behavioral needs, ADHD and varying degrees of developmental delay, and some with profound and multiple learning difficulties
Grantham Additional Needs FellowshipGrantham Additional Needs Fellowship is made up of two Grantham-based schools, Ambergate Sports College and Sandon School. They serve students between the ages of 3 and 19 with moderate to severe learning difficulties and complex needs. The needs of the students are very varied; many are on the autism spectrum, others have ADHD and varying degrees of developmental delay, and some have profound and multiple learning disabilities.
Athena School The federation works closely with NurtureUK and I am pleased to be the charity's education manager. The federation works within the principles of an enriching school. This means that the school's vision is based "primarily on the needs of the students, the nature of the help provided, and the learning experiences involved."
Flourish With Us School It is an independent special school and they offer places for children with social, emotional and mental health needs. They are passionate about capacity development and we offer a range of training and consulting packages for professionals working with children, youth and families.
Gosberton House AcademyGosberton House Academy is a specialized elementary school primarily for children with an autism spectrum disorder. The school offers elementary education for children with a variety of specialized needs including learning, communication, sensory, and social. It is a friendly and hardworking school that places each unique child at the center of their community.
Lincoln St Christopher’s SchoolThe federation serves students between the ages of 2 and 19 with a wide variety of special educational needs including physical and medical needs, autism spectrum disorders, and severe and profound social communication and learning difficulties. The primary goal of the Federation is to provide inclusive education in the truest sense; Prepare young people to occupy a safe and active place in society, well prepared to meet the challenges of adult life, including the world of work, continuing education and independent living and the world of day care for those who have no further education, the most appropriate next step after leaving school.
St Francis Special SchoolThe federation serves students between the ages of 2 and 19 with a wide variety of special educational needs including physical and medical needs, autism spectrum disorders, and severe and profound social communication and learning difficulties. The primary goal of the Federation is to provide inclusive education in the truest sense; Prepare young people to occupy a safe and active place in society, well prepared to meet the challenges of adult life, including the world of work, continuing education and independent living and the world of day care for those who have no further education, the most appropriate next step after leaving school.
The Pilgrim School It is a special school that provides education to students who cannot access their regular school due to short or long-term physical or mental illnesses.
The WilloughbyIt is a special academy for all ages (2 - 19) for students with moderate, severe, profound and complex learning needs. The vision of Willoughby Academy is to inspire each child to achieve excellence in their learning and physical education.
Linchfield. Community Primary School and Pre SchoolThey believe that every child is different and have adapted their approach to ensure that the child is healthy, happy, and inspired every day. SENDCo is responsible for ensuring that students with special or additional needs receive all of their educational rights and have access to the entire curriculum.
South View. Community Primary School The school offers a broad curriculum with many enrichment activities. They work in partnership with parents and the community and want each student to reach their potential. additionally, they receive children with special educational needs.
Orchard EducationOrchard Independent School is a specialized provision that supports students with a history of need. It is an independent special school with experience in supporting students with autism, ADHD or more general social, emotional and mental health needs.
Fleet Wood Lane School The goals of the school are to see that each child is able to use their own language effectively, develop respect for themselves, and be an important and unique person who has understanding, tolerance and respect for their community. The school also serves children with special educational needs and disabilities.
Lincoln Carlton AcademyIt is an enriching elementary school, firmly rooted in strong moral values; a community in which each individual can thrive. Lincoln Carlton Academy Elementary School promotes high achievement, respect for rights, and the enjoyment of lifelong learning. her goal is to create a haven where all children thrive, and her curriculum is a key component in bringing this to life. they know that each child is unique; They value their individuality and use their curriculum to celebrate the diversity of the school and the wider community.
Denton CE School It is a happy and friendly school with exciting learning experiences. They love sports and offer a variety of fantastic artistic and musical opportunities, and they also enjoy close ties to the Church and the wider community. They are committed to meeting the educational needs of their students and recognize that some of the children will need additional support.
Boston United. Community FoundationBoston United Football Club Community Foundation is one of the best sports community training programs in the Lincolnshire area, offering safe and affordable activities. Since 2006, the Boston United Community Foundation has provided opportunities for children and adults with disabilities to play sports. The program has operated in various schools in South Lincolnshire and also offers a variety of sports training sessions. His disability program currently works with various individuals and organizations to offer sports activities to people with mental and physical disabilities.
Lincolnshire County Council.
Lincolnshire Autism Partnership Board
The Lincolnshire Autism Association Board (LAPB) aims to improve support for autistic people. Includes local authorities, healthcare providers, police, charities, schools, families, caregivers, and individuals. They aim to ensure that autistic people are respected and understood by their community, people know about autism, that autistic people are treated fairly, and that people with ASD live full lives and can get support if they need it .
Lincolnshire Autistic Society This information center establishes sections such as support for parents and caregivers of people with autism spectrum disorder, support for people with autism by providing information and specific support and support to schools where it is established how to support children in class and develop an autism friendly learning environment.
The Challenging Behaviors FoundationIs a UK charity that focuses on the needs of people with severe learning disabilities whose behavior challenges and their families.
The Loddon School Loddon School is both home and school for 28 children with the most severe and complex learning difficulties. Many children also have additional problems associated with autism and epilepsy, including self-harm, aggression, and disruptive behavior. It is a home that provides education, recreation, games, excursions and vacations. All children live in small family groups with their own staff who are responsible for their care and support program and their social development.
Rutland Information Service
Adult Learning Disability Autism Service
The guide offers a series of services for children, young people and adults with autism in different cities of the UK. Some of those services are community service, care for children and adults with Down syndrome, and social care.
School LifeThe Shires provides exceptional education, care and supports for youth ages 11-19 with autism, associated learning disabilities, and complex needs. They are passionate about providing opportunities both inside and outside the classroom, allowing each young person to realize her full academic potential and develop essential social, emotional, and life skills. They provide residential care and education for up to 38-52 weeks of the year, as well as day placements for youth ages 11-19 who have a primary diagnosis of autism, learning disabilities, and complex needs. They strive to provide a student-centered education in a safe, friendly, and nurturing environment, where all of their youth love to learn.
Vermont Family Network.
Autism
The mission of the Vermont Family Network is to empower and support all Vermont children, youth, and families, especially those with disabilities or special health needs. His vision is for all Vermont children and youth to reach their full potential. The values that guide their work are: family-centered, respect, collaboration, making a difference and accessibility
Team WorkThey seek to ensure that everyone has access to the same opportunities, options and opportunities. Its members, adults with mental health needs, physical and learning disabilities, choose from a program of training and education projects, activities and counseling programs such as education, occupations, wellness counseling and ENABLING that seeks to ensure that everyone has access to the same opportunities, options and opportunities.
Autistic Nottingham It is a registered charity, based in Nottingham, for the support and advancement of autistic adults. All of her charitable goals are related to supporting autistic adults who do not have an intellectual disability. They are founded and run by autistic adults without intellectual disabilities, to close the gap in service delivery for autistic adults who are considered to have "low needs" and have no other adequate services to access.
ESIPP.
Autism Concern
Autism Concern is an independent charity based in Northampton, UK, seeking to meet the needs of people affected by autism in and around Northamptonshire, England. Some of the main goals of the charity are to provide specialized and quality services aimed at meeting the needs of people with autism, their parents and caregivers and to provide information, guidance, guidance and support directly through the provision of services that improve the lives of these people.
LVS OxfordIt is an independent school for youth ages 11 to 19 with a diagnosis of autism, usually high-functioning autism or Asperger's syndrome. With a structured educational environment and an approach that focuses on developing the independence and confidence of young people, while equipping them with the functional skills necessary for employment and to cope with everyday life.
St Andrew´s HealthcareSt Andrew's Healthcare provides specialized care for people with challenging mental health needs. As a charity, we provide care in a range of services, including Men's Mental Health, Women's Mental Health, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), Neuropsychiatry, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Learning Disabilities.
South Staffordshire CollegeThey offer services for students with a wide variety of learning difficulties and disabilities, ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to educate themselves and progress toward their chosen career or development aspiration for independence. South Staffordshire College offers an adaptive and progressive curriculum taught by specialized staff that allows students to reach a wide range of starting points, from students with PMLD, CLD, MLD and additional needs for medication, personal care or a setting. in its provision of 'Futures' for students with ASD, ADHD, Asperger's and some students with SEMH difficulties in its provision 'Supported to learn' and 'Pathways'.
Cicely Haughton School It is a special school for children with social, emotional and mental health difficulties, whose needs cannot be met in general education. Its goal is to provide a safe and nurturing environment that enables its students to maximize their potential; academically, socially and emotionally
Fountains Community Special School They are a family of two special schools based in Burton upon Trent, serving children ages 2-19 with a wide variety of needs and disabilities. Some children with profound multiple learning disabilities follow a sensory engagement curriculum.
Horton Lodge School It is a school for children with physical disabilities and many of its students have additional learning difficulties and complex communication needs. The school also supports some students with additional visual and / or hearing impairments. Its curriculum aims to provide a personalized approach to learning with communication and independence at heart. The student curriculum is planned and delivered using the spirit of Conductive Education.
Merryfields Special School It is a generic special school, located in the heart of Wolstanton in Staffordshire, providing specialized education for students ages 2-11. Through personalized learning approaches, they support students with a variety of special educational needs, so that they have the ambition to help them along their journey to reach their potential. We firmly believe that every student should be equipped, motivated, and provided with opportunities to succeed, and our experienced staff makes that possible.
Caudwell ChildrenIt is a national charity based in Staffordshire dedicated to improving the lives of disabled children in the UK. The Caudwell Childhood Autism Service (CCAS) provides assessment, intervention, and support for children with ASD and their families.
Sherbook Primery School Sherbrook Primary School is a generic special school for students ages 2-11 living in and around Cannock. It is an inclusive school that has the specialized knowledge and skills to meet the needs of children with a variety of special educational needs and disabilities, this includes those with Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD), Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Profound Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD).
Alderwasley Hall School Alderwasley Hall School and Sixth Form offers an exceptional education for day and residential students ages 5-20. They transform the lives of young people with high-functioning ASD (autism spectrum disorder), Asperger's syndrome, pathological demand avoidance (PDA), and language development disorder.
Bluebell School They are a group of trained and experienced school leaders and teachers of students with special educational needs. His experience and roles have included leading and managing outstanding SEMH, MLD, SLD, and ASD schools, behavior consulting, reintegration program development, and extensive cross-agency work. They seek to provide the best education for students with complex social, emotional, and mental health needs, autism spectrum disorder, and / or cognitive and learning difficulties.
Bladon House School Bladon House School in Staffordshire specializes in autism, speech and language disorders, moderate to severe learning difficulties, and associated behavioral difficulties.
David LewisProvides educational, residential, medical, and therapeutic support for people with learning disabilities, epilepsy, and autism. offer a service to people with learning disabilities, supporting the meaningful transformation of their lives and the achievement of their aspirations
iMapIt is a center of excellence in autism and they offer an excellent range of autism specific services for both children and adults. Their goal is to provide high-quality, personalized services that offer the best possible outcomes for children, youth, and adults with learning disabilities and autism.
MillHouse School Is an independent school for students with a variety of needs, including cognitive, specific and moderate learning difficulties, social, emotional, and mental health needs, and speech, language, and communication needs, and those of students with a speech disorder. Autistic spectrum.
Longdon Park SchoolAs specialists in their field, they recognize that children with autism should be taught in a different way; in an individual and relevant way to them. They take a holistic approach to learning that wraps therapeutic care and educational support around the individual needs of each child. Within small classes in specially designed classrooms, children have the space and support they need to progress at their own pace.
Maple View School Maple View School is an inspiring new specialty school for children with moderate to severe learning disabilities, ages 7-16. Children placed in school have a variety and complexity of needs including Autism,
moderate to severe learning difficulties,
difficulties in speech, language and communication and
defiant behavior.
Options Higford Provides care and education for children, youth and adults with autism, complex needs and learning difficulties. They offer a route of services, with specialized teams of highly trained personnel, including education, care and therapeutic teams. They provide a person-centered approach to education and care, considering all of the person's needs and tailoring their interventions accordingly.
Oracle care & education Oracle Care and Education offers personalized care, education and therapy packages for youth with extensive, complex, and long-lasting needs who display high-risk behaviors. Its objective is to provide an excellent comprehensive service of care and education within a therapeutic environment.
Oracle care & educationOracle Care and Education offers personalized care, education and therapy packages for youth with extensive, complex, and long-lasting needs who display high-risk behaviors. Its objective is to provide an excellent comprehensive service of care and education within a therapeutic environment.
Overley Hall School It is an independent residential special school and children's home. They provide education and care for children and young adults ages eight to nineteen who have a variety of complex needs, including autism and learning disabilities.
Sunfield Sunfield is a specialized independent school and children's home. They provide education, care, and therapy for children and youth with a variety of social, emotional, physical, and learning difficulties, including autism and visual impairment.
ASPIE ASPIE is a self-help and social motivation group for adults with Asperger's syndrome. They encourage members to participate in various discussions, games, workshops, quizzes, and other activities. ASPIE provides a space where seniors, partners / parents / friends can meet, where they feel welcomed, accepted and supported.
Our place school Our Place, a school and care home for children and youth with special educational needs, provides a safe and caring environment for children up to 19 years of mixed age with special educational needs (including autism spectrum conditions) and associated challenging behaviors.
Autism west Midlands They offer a specialized service that uses a person-centered approach for autistic adults. They also provide a variety of support services to families and caregivers of autistic children, including an information helpline, family outreach workers, and support groups
Sutton School Sutton is a specially designed day school for 11-16 year olds. It serves approximately 182 students with a variety of needs including social, emotional, communication, and specific learning difficulties.
Uffculme School The goal of the school is to enable all young people to have the skills, knowledge and experience to lead a meaningful and enjoyable life and to optimize opportunities for a lifetime. Specialized facilities and highly trained staff address the main obstacles for students who do not benefit from conventional teaching strategies, that is, the challenges associated with the development of social and communication skills linked to autism.
Avon Autistic Foundation They seek to promote the success and growth of people with autism or Asperger's syndrome. Each person is considered an individual and their needs are addressed accordingly. They are committed to providing all their residents with the best possible quality of life and, to achieve this, they are committed to providing key elements such as: A warm and friendly home environment where each and every resident can feel safe and needy.
Changing Our Lives They work with disabled people and people with lived experience of mental health difficulties of all ages. While all the people they work with experience multiple disadvantages and discrimination, some of their projects specifically target the following groups with the following labels: people labeled with profoundly multiple learning disabilities (PMLDs), people labeled as black, Asian and ethnic minorities (BAME) and people who are deprived of the most basic human rights (eg hospitalized patients).
Include me tooIt is a UK based charity supporting disabled children, youth and families of diverse backgrounds, participation, equality, inclusion, rights and aspirations nationally and internationally.
Foundation for people with Learning Disabilities The Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities is part of the London South Bank University, they work with people with learning disabilities, families, caregivers, local authorities, service providers. They help make things better for people with learning disabilities.
ScopeOutreach is a charity for the equality of people with disabilities in England and Wales. The social model of disability is a way of seeing the world, developed by disabled people. Scope's Everyday Equality strategy is based on this disability model. The social model helps to recognize the barriers that make life difficult for people with disabilities. Removing these barriers creates equality and offers people with disabilities more independence, choice, and control.
Sky BadgerSky badger is a charitable organization seeking help and adventures for children with disabilities and their families throughout the uk.
SOS!SEN It is a national charity that aims to empower parents and caregivers of children with SEN to successfully address the difficulties they face when fighting for the rights of their children.
Speak Easy N.O.WSpeakEasy NOW is a self-advocacy charity run by people with learning disabilities. They also help other people with learning disabilities to speak.
Asperger’s Syndrome Foundation The Asperger Syndrome Foundation is committed to promoting awareness and understanding of Asperger Syndrome. It aims to promote high-quality support and services, and to enable people with Asperger syndrome to become members of the community who are respected for their contribution and recognized for their unique differences.
Autism AwarenessAutismAwareness.com is a page where many people blog about their experience with autism or educational information about the disorder.
Marches Family Network Its objectives are to empower children, youth and their families, support children and youth with disabilities to reach their full potential, raise awareness about disability and promote social inclusion. They believe that children and youth with disabilities are entitled to the same opportunities in life as their non-disabled peers and strive to provide these opportunities through their short break sessions and by working with individuals and providers in local communities.
Disability Sport WorcestershireDisability Sport Worcestershire is a charity, which aims to increase the quality offering for sport and recreation, and to inspire people with disabilities within Worcestershire to be more active.
MindThey provide counseling and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health issue. They campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
Council for Disabled Children It is a coordinating body for the disabled children's sector that brings together professionals, professionals and policy makers. They want disabled children and young people and those with special educational needs to have a full and happy childhood, develop their potential and be active within the community. And we want the parents of disabled children to be the first parents, to live a normal life.
Dial. South Worcestershire Disability Information Advice Line The page offers a list of local services that provide support and information to people who are caring for and supporting children with disabilities.
Hillingdon Manor School Hillingdon Manor is an independent specialty school for children on the autism spectrum between the ages of three and a half and nineteen years. The school strives to provide specialized and effective education and support to students with an autism spectrum condition and their families, enabling them to reach their full potential in education and life.
RDA Riding for the Disabled Association RDA is an inclusive and diverse organization. We welcome clients with physical and learning disabilities and autism, and there are no age restrictions. His horses benefit the lives of more than 25,000 disabled children and adults. With fun activities like horseback riding and carriage driving, they provide therapy, physical conditioning, skill development, and opportunities for achievement.
Sharland Foundation Developmental Disability ABA Research and Impact NetworkThe Sharland ABA Foundation Research and Impact Network on Developmental Disabilities is a network of like-minded research professionals. The overall purpose of SF-DDARIN is to increase the reach and impact of ABA-based interventions for children and adults with developmental disabilities (including intellectual disabilities and / or autism) to support their independence and increased quality of life.
Wren Spinney Community Special School Wren Spinney is a Community Special School meeting the educational needs of up to 60 pupils with Complex Needs, Learning Difficulties, Autism, Visual Impairment, and Multi-Sensory Impairment from 11-18 years of age. Aims to develop the abilities, communication, skills and talents of all of its students, through its diverse and pupil focused curriculum.
Spectrum NorthantsThey are dedicated to supporting adults (17+) with a wide range of learning disabilities, mental health issues, brain injuries, autism, and Asperger's. At Spectrum they offer a daily selection of group activities and courses, all designed to help you improve your independence, confidence, employability and well-being.
Swalcliffe Parck School They offer autism screenings, training workshops, resources, counseling, and support. Her approach involves helping her students develop their sense of who they are and who they want to be.
Prior’s courtIt is a registered charity that provides education and residential care for youth with complex autism ages 5 to 25, helping them build a brighter, more independent future. They are committed to maintaining a high level of autism expertise through staff training and research.
Mindsum They have a mission to provide quality and accessible mental health services to children and youth. His approach is to provide the right treatment and support at the right time. Those on the autism spectrum may also have difficulties in daily activities due to their understanding of the world around them, to help children, parents, caregivers or teachers can help them participate in sensory activities and play, this help adapt the way these children's brains react to touch, sight, hearing, taste and smell.
Daventry Hill School It is a special free school for all ages (1st through 6th grade) for children and youth in and around Daventry who have a variety of cognitive and learning needs. Students will have a primary need for cognition and learning and may have additional difficulties such as physical disabilities, communication difficulties, autism spectrum disorders, etc.
Isebrook schoolHis specialty is cognition and learning. His students demonstrate characteristics of general learning difficulties or more specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia or Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD).
Little MiraclesLittle Miracles is a charity that supports families who have children with additional needs, disabilities, and life-limiting conditions. offers a place to play, laugh and make friends.
Spectrum Spectrum is a parent-led children's charity that offers events, sessions, and support for families of children with autism, additional needs, learning difficulties, and disabilities.
Autism Anglia cambridgeshireThe page provides a number of programs and groups that provide support to parents, families, and caregivers of people with autism or special needs.
Gretton School Gretton School welcomes autistic children and youth ages 5 to 19, as weekly interns or as day students. Every Gretton student has a diagnosis of autism or Asperger's syndrome and every student is different. they have a high staff-to-student ratio and classes are small and personal.
Granta School They serve students ages 3 to 19 who have education, health and care plans. Its provision supports a variety of different needs including moderate to severe learning disabilities, complex needs, deep learning disabilities, and multiple autism spectrum conditions.
Meldreth Manor School Meldreth Manor provides education, care and therapeutic support for children and youth ages 6 to 19, who have severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties that result in complex learning needs. It also supports young people with complex health needs and associated difficulties, such as enteral feeding. These can be the result of conditions such as cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury, degenerative conditions, or autism that require a specialized approach.
Nortfolk County Council. State Funded Special Schools The page provides a guide to a number of schools that provide a special educational offer for children and youth with special educational needs. These children and young people require a SEN benefit above what is available in a regular school.
SENsational FamiliesADHD Norfolk recognizes ADHD / ADD as a complex but easily treatable condition that can have a profound effect on individuals, families, schools, and society. Their is to raise awareness and reduce the stigma surrounding ADHD, while also providing support and advice to anyone affected by ADHD / ADD in Norfol.
Acorn ParkAcorn Park is a specialized, independent residential and day school serving children and youth ages 6 to 19 who have communication and learning disabilities associated with autism. They are a fully integrated community made up of a range of professionals from different backgrounds employed to meet the diverse needs of the youth and the families they support.
Asperger East Anglia Asperger East Anglia offers personal and friendly assistance to all people with Asperger syndrome and their caregivers by providing a comprehensive and integrated service. They offer education, diagnostic, and social and / or support group services.
The Wherry School The vision of The Wherry School is to provide the highest quality education, support and care for children and youth with autism (disorders of communication and social imagination, communication and interaction) and their families.
Fred Nicholson School They meet the needs of 162 students of which 19 are in the role of our specialized provision in Autism Spectrum Condition. All students have educational health and care plans that identify learning difficulties and associated complex needs.
Sheringham Woodfields School Sheringham Woodfields is a specially designed school for complex needs. Its students have a wide range of special educational needs and work at different levels of intellectual ability. All students have an Education, Health and Care Plan.
Hall School Hall School is about average in size for this type of 3-19 all-age school. Pupils have significant and complex needs, including severe learning difficulties, profound and multiple learning difficulties, autistic spectrum disorders and multi-sensory.
Build Charity BUILD Charity offers social, leisure and learning opportunities for anyone, with any disability, age 16 and over in Norfolk. Its aim is to support and coordinate opportunities for people with disabilities to access and enjoy the kind of social life that most people take for granted.
AuroraIt is an innovative provider of education, care and support for children, youth and adults with special educational needs and disabilities. Their services for children include specialized schools and children's homes.
Sunbeams play Sunbeams Play is a registered charity that provides a fun, safe, and caring environment for children and youth with an autism spectrum disorder to thrive. We understand. It is registered to care for children and youth ages 5/6 (year 1) to 19 and recently added an additional group to support youth ages 16-21, extending to age 25 through natural growth and development.
Educational Psychology & Specialist SupportIt is a multidisciplinary service that works with children and youth from birth to 25, who are experiencing a variety of challenges, including learning, social, emotional, behavioral and communication needs. They work in a variety of settings, including schools, daycare centers, children's centers, and universities. EPSS is a learning organization, its aim is to be a knowledge-based and research-focused organization to enhance your experience in working with children.
Churchil Park Academy They serve all children and young people in the West Norfolk area who have special needs. We offer a wide variety of educational experiences inside and outside the classroom, including access to all areas of the National Curriculum. They have an emphasis on preparing children and young people for life after school, where we expect them to become as independent as possible with the desire to contribute fully to the wider community in which they live.
ASD Helping HandsASD Helping Hands supports all service users affected by an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) regardless of age or stage of life. It is intended to offer guidance, practical advice, and support whether you are personally affected or a family member, caregiver, friend, or associate professional. They actively defend the rights of all people affected by an ASD and their purpose is to make a positive difference in their lives while providing a service that is accessible, reliable and trustworthy.
Nansa. Norfolk and Norwich Send Association It aims to be a catalyst for real change, throughout the region, for those living with or caring for others with disabilities and / or complex developmental needs. They are dedicated to improving the lives of people in Norfolk with disabilities and special educational needs.
Norfolk SEN NetworkIt consists of helping parents of children with special educational needs (0 to 16) and young people with special educational needs themselves (16 to 25) to find the appropriate location or educational offer to meet their needs.
Athena Educational Support CICAthena Education Support CIC was formed in March 2019 to improve access to education, training and learning support and to provide opportunities for personal, social, emotional and mental progression for children, youth, adults and families facing circumstances difficult. and a shorter life. The organization also provides training and support to key sector organizations such as health, social assistance, local authorities, independent sectors and volunteers involved in the delivery and support of specialized needs such as autism, learning disabilities and ADHD for children and adults of all ages.
Community Sports Foundation They help thousands of people each year achieve their goals through sport, supporting some of the most disadvantaged, disabled and talented people in Norfolk. His vision is to support, inspire and improve our community. Backed by a combination of funding from Premier League Kicks and fundraising from the Foundation, Their Mini Kickers for the Disabled and Soccer Skill Centers are designed to improve sports and social skills, as well as self-esteem and confidence. The inclusive sessions are held weekly and are themed on all aspects of football.
Centre Academy School They address a wide range of learning challenges on a case-by-case basis, including dyslexia, ADHD, ASD, speech and language needs. They accept a wide range of ages, from 8 to 19 years old.
Hillside a Special School
It is a highly successful all-age specialty community for students with severe and complex learning disabilities, including autism. A key feature of the school is the provision of a high-quality educational program specifically designed for individual needs. They ensure collaboration with a wide range of support agencies and with them, develop and support Educational Planning of Health Care, with Personalized Learning Plans.
SENDAT Special Educational Need and Disabilities Academies Trust SENDAT is a trust of Academies for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. SENDAT provisions support a variety of needs from ages 5 to 25. His expertise is in Moderate Learning Disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Social, Emotional and Mental Health and Behavioral Needs.
SENDIASSSuffolk SENDIASS is a confidential and impartial information, counseling and support service on issues related to special educational needs and disability.
Essex Autism ServiceThey provide diagnostic evaluations for autism spectrum conditions. They provide multidisciplinary evaluations for children from two years, adolescents and adults. They have experience evaluating people with complex presentations such as comorbid ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), executive function problems, sensory processing disorder, Irlens syndrome (visual stress), dyslexia, intellectual or learning disabilities, problems of mental health and genetic syndromes.
Woodcroft School Woodcroft is a North East London primary school for pupils with autism and complex educational needs. Its approach is practical and child-centered, flexible to adapt to the needs of students and adapt to the services of local authorities.
Treetops School Treetops is a special day school for children and youth between the ages of 5 and 19 who experience moderate learning difficulties. Its objectives include providing a broad and balanced curriculum, differentiated to meet individual needs, promote and improve self-esteem and the sense of self-worth of each and every person, and develop awareness and understanding of the needs of all people.
Oak View School Oak View is a specialized offering for all ages (3-19) for students with special educational needs, this includes those with severe and complex needs and students on the autism spectrum.
Little Heroes ASD SupportLittle Heroes ASD Support Group is a parent-led support group for families of children on the autism spectrum. It is a registered charity providing support and assistance to families within Southend-on-Sea and the surrounding areas since they discovered that there are additional needs.
Families InFocus (ESSEX) It is a leading independent parent-led registered charity providing comprehensive support to families of children with disabilities and special needs (ages 0-25). Their goal is to provide loving, practical, and confidential support while empowering families, in a non-threatening manner, to consider the options available to them and to make the best use of the services available.
Edith Borthwick School
It is a highly successful community school for all ages for students ages 3-19 with severe and complex learning disabilities, autism. A key feature of the school is the provision of a high-quality educational program specifically designed for individual needs. Meeting individual needs
The Art Centre The Ark Center is a specially designed therapy center in Chelmsford, Essex that offers individualized early intervention therapy for preschool-aged children with autism and / or social communication difficulties.
The St Christopher School Academy TrustSt. Christopher School Academy Trust is a school specialized in communication and interaction with special educational needs. Those in the elementary department are between the ages of 3 and 11 with a variety of learning needs, including communication and interaction difficulties, cognition and learning difficulties, autism, and some with social-emotional and behavioral difficulties.
Glenwood School Glenwood School is a specially designed school for young people with severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties. It accommodates 210 students between the ages of three and nineteen, approximately 60% have a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder and approximately 30% have significant physical and / or sensory impairments.
Thriftwood School It is a day school serving children and youth ages 7 to 19 who have moderate learning difficulties, including multiple and complex needs, such as autism, speech, language, and social communication difficulties. They offer a personalized curriculum that focuses on key skills, while providing a broad and engaging knowledge base.
SEAX TRUST SEAX Trust is a trust of four academies. The schools offer more than five hundred wonderful young people with a variety of special educational needs: from moderate learning difficulties; speech, language and communication needs; social, emotional and mental health needs, as well as meeting the needs of a significant group of students in all of their schools with a diagnosis of autism. Another aspect of her job is supporting mainstream schools to meet the needs of young people with autism and the Mid-Essex Autism Center.
Pact for autismPACT for Autism is a Harlow-based charity that provides support to families of autistic children, autistic adults, and people with similar conditions. Their key services include our Support / Information Line, monthly meetings for parents, caregivers, and professional support.
NAS Anderson School Chigwell The Anderson School of the National Autism Society (NAS) is a specialized school and training center for youth with autism. They offer specialized education for students from 11 to 25 years old.
Bernard Sunley The Foundation supports improvements and new facilities in schools with special needs and the purchase of new adapted minibuses that benefit children with special needs and disabilities. They also provide grants to educational nature centers and new education and learning centers in museums, galleries, and other arts organizations.
Happy days children’s charity The young people they help are between the ages of 3 and 17. They offer help to those with learning difficulties, physical or mental disabilities, emotional challenges, and those with acute, chronic, or life-limiting illnesses. They also help young people who have been abused or neglected, witnessed domestic violence, bereaved, or act as caregivers for a parent or sibling.
The Wolfson Foundation They support schools and colleges for children and young people with special educational needs. Grants are awarded for projects focused on helping students develop skills that would help them get a job or live independently after leaving school or university.
Hodge Foundation The Foundation supports charities that work with people who may be vulnerable or disadvantaged and who need help to improve their lives. This includes a variety of causes and groups, including the elderly, the homeless, the disabled, people with special needs, and people with mental health issues.
Boshier Hinton FoundationIt aims to improve the quality of life of people with disabilities, learning difficulties or sensory impairment and their families, through the granting of grants.
Baily Thomas Charitable The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund is a registered grant-making charity established primarily to assist in learning disability research and to assist in the care and relief of those affected by learning disabilities by providing grants to organizations. volunteers working in this field. Learning disabilities (intellectual disabilities), with or without autism, are his priorities for funding.
Tracks Autism TRACKS autism is a specialized early childhood center for children with an autism spectrum condition. It is an independent charity and dependent on fundraising and donations to continue its work.
St Luke’s School St Luke's is a Special Educational Needs School for children with Learning Disabilities (LD) and Complex Needs including Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Speech and Language Communication Needs (SLCN) and Moderate Learning Disabilities (MLD).
Garston Manor School Garston Manor School is a Specialist School for Autism, Learning Difficulties and Speech and Language. It serves students aged 11 - 16 with Learning Difficulties, Autism and Speech Language and Communication Needs.
Egerton Rothesay School Egerton Rothesay is a non-selective school in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, with a general curriculum serving children ages 6 to 19. They seek to provide the necessary support to access this curriculum for students who need input from specialists within the school due to a specific educational need, such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, speech and language needs, or an autism spectrum condition.
Woolgrove School, Special Need AcademyWoolgrove School is Hertfordshire's largest special primary school for children aged 4-11 with learning difficulties as their primary need. Many of his students have complex needs, such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Speech and Language Communication Needs (SLCN). All have Educational Health Care Plans (EHCP) and their maximum capacity is for 125 children.
Roman FieldsRoman Fields aims to provide customized alternative educational packages for young people who for various reasons have had a limited commitment to education. the majority of your cohort has a diagnosis of autism as their main need; other SEMHs and a small minority have a combination of both.
The valley School They serve students with a variety of special educational needs (SEN). All of his students have learning difficulties and a large majority also have autism and / or speech, language and communication needs.
Watling View school The school has capacity for 92 students, with a wide range of complex and profound learning difficulties. These include severe autism, complex medical conditions, physical and mobility difficulties, as well as severe developmental delays.
Colnbrook School It is a special school in Hertfordshire serving students with learning difficulties, autism spectrum disorders and speech and language difficulties. Their students vary greatly in their needs and are dedicated to providing the best education for the children they deserve.
SPACE Space is a Hertfordshire based charity that supports parents / caregivers of children and youth on the Autism Spectrum, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or a neurodiverse condition.
Breakspeare School It is a special school maintained in Hertfordshire serving the educational needs of students in the initial stages of Early Years, KS1, 2, 3 and 4 plus the 6th Form. All of his students have severe or profound learning difficulties, and many have a complex medical, physical, or sensory disability; autism or speech, language and communication needs. can provide a highly individualized curriculum for each of their students, which is designed and delivered in consultation with parents and other professional agencies.
Woodfield School Woodfield is a school for 3-19 year olds with severe and complex learning difficulties. They actively encourage families and friends to participate in all aspects of school life and their goal is to work in partnership with parents / caregivers, enabling their students to develop their potential.
Autism BedfordshireAutism Bedfordshire services help break down barriers to social participation for autistic people and their families by providing places where they can go and feel comfortable, accepted and not judged by society. With the encouragement and support of specialized trained staff, they help autistic people develop their confidence, self-esteem, and social skills by participating in social activities and mingling with other people.
Chiltern Wood School Chiltern Wood School is a special school for 205 children and young people with a broad diversity of complex needs, from Profound and Multiple to Severe Speech, Language and Communication Needs and Complex Autistic Spectrum Conditions (PMLD to ASC).
Autism Teaching Company The Autism Teaching Company was established to meet the needs of people with autism and those who teach and care for them. Its teaching team is made up of experienced professionals who have great educational knowledge in the field of autism spectrum conditions.
Bishopswood School Bishopswood School provides specialist education for children ages 2-16 with severe or profound learning difficulties, including those with complex needs and / or ASD
Mabel Prichard School It is a special community school for children and young people from 2 to 19 years old with a variety of profound physical and learning difficulties. Its curriculum offers a wide range of opportunities to meet challenges; develop independence; prepare for adulthood; discover the world around them; be confident and develop the skills and knowledge to lead a happy, positive and fulfilling life.
Springfield School It is a special needs school that educates children and young people with profound and severe learning difficulties, between the ages of 3 and 16 years. Its purpose is to educate, equip, and excite each child within its school to achieve their accomplishments. As a result, they offer a flexible approach to learning, respecting the individuality of each child.
Woodeaton Manor School It is a Foundation Special School by day and residential school that offers a welcoming environment for 84 students, all of whom have an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) or Statement of Special Educational Needs, with serious emotional and social difficulties. Woodeaton Manor cares for a wide range of special educational needs, including conditions or diagnosed as: Attachment Difficulty, Autism Spectrum Disorder, including Asperger's Syndrome, Dyspraxia, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Specific Learning Difficulties i.e. Dyslexia , Speech and language disorder and Tourette's syndrome.
Maclntyre Academies It is a specialized school and children's home for children and young people between 8 and 19 years old with autism and severe learning difficulties who benefit from a specific environment for autism. was created to meet the needs of students and their families locally. The Academy adapts the national curriculum to the individual needs of students with a strong focus on acquiring life skills that support independence.
Fitzwaryn School Fitzwaryn is an Outstanding Special School for children and young people from 3 – 19 years old whose Special Educational Needs range from Moderate Learning Difficulties through to Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties.
Iffley Academy They are a special community academy for children and youth up to 18 years of age with complex special educational needs and disabilities. Students have education, health and care plans with a variety of needs, but we primarily work with students with moderate learning and cognitive difficulties, autism spectrum disorder, and / or social, emotional, and mental health difficulties.
Oxfordshire County Council. Special Educational Need Support ServicesSENSS is a countywide Special Educational Needs teaching and counseling support service. They work in partnership to ensure good results and a positive future for children and youth with special educational needs and / or disabilities. Its goal is for children and youth with SEN to thrive, perform well, and enjoy school, family, and community life.
Gloucestershire Autism Services They are a group of parents who have autistic children. They belong to an organization called the Autism Network Group that works to improve services for autistic people and their families in Gloucestershire. They have put together a list that is on the page to help autistic people and their families, who live in Gloucestershire, find out about local autism services.
SENDIASS GloucestershireSENDIASS Gloucestershire provides FREE, CONFIDENTIAL, FAIR ADVICE and support on matters relating to children and youth with special educational needs and disabilities. The service is offered to parents and caregivers of children and young people between 0 and 25 years old.
National StarThey work with people with disabilities and their supporters to challenge stereotypes, build aspirations, and change attitudes. National Star enables youth with disabilities to develop their potential through education and personalized learning opportunities, and by providing other transition and accommodation services.
Gloucestershire Disability Fund The Gloucestershire Disability Fund provides grants to people with disabilities of all ages as well as financial support to not-for-profit organisations/groups and community groups working to enhance the lives of people living with a physical, sensory or learning disability in Gloucestershire.
GCSSEFThe Gloucester County Special Services Education Foundation (GCSSEF) is a non-profit organization, organized and operated for the benefit of children and residents served by the Gloucester County Special Services School District. The Bankbridge Development Center (BDC) is a state-of-the-art facility located on the Gloucester County Education Campus in Sewell, New Jersey. It was designed and built to meet the needs of students classified on the spectrum of autism, Asberger syndrome, Down syndrome, ADHD, and other related disabilities. The BDC is the hub for a comprehensive suite of services to meet the needs of special education students in southern New Jersey.
Special needs Schools in the South-WestOn the page are a series of special needs schools that specialize in social interaction difficulties (including autism and Asperger's syndrome), emotional, behavioral and / or social difficulties, learning difficulties (including dyslexia / SPLD) and sensory or physical disability.
Keys Group EducationKeys Group offers specialized therapeutic education services to youth and support to their families. Its schools strive to reach the potential of all its students by creating an environment in which they can thrive. Highly trained education specialists work with young people who describe themselves as having challenging problems; such as emotional and behavioral difficulties and mental health challenges.
Marchant-Holliday School Marchant-Holliday School is a special independent school for children with specific learning difficulties associated with learning delays or poor performance, including dyslexia, dyspraxia, ASD, ADD, ADHD, ODD, OCD, PDD and mild hearing, visual and disabilities physical. It seeks to provide an excellent education within a safe and caring environment, where each child can feel safe and is valued as an individual.
Clevedon Learning Trust The Westover Green School facility for autistic children was officially opened on January 30, 2018. The center accommodates 14 children and has a sensory room, a quiet room, an outdoor play area, two classrooms, and a play area. kitchen. Children at the Autism Center can access regular classes for lessons, but also receive specialized support in a quiet environment when needed.
Autism Somerset CIC Autism Somerset activities benefit individuals, their families, and caregivers who are affected by autism, including education, health, and social work agencies charged with supporting individuals, families, and caregivers. They offer training and consulting to Public and Private providers of this support, families, communities, schools and employers. Its goal is to create a 'community membership' for those who come into contact with autism and share a common interest in the well-being of those affected.
Oaklands Community Primary SchoolThey have a specially designed school that includes 16 classes: 2 in each year group and 2 classes from their base is specialized in autism. They provide each child with an education for the future.
Springfields Academy They are a recognized center of excellence for autism, offering a personalized curricular tour that allows students with an autism diagnosis to learn and develop skills in areas of need and overcome their learning barriers.
Churchward School The school provides high school and sixth grade places for students with autism and associated social communication difficulties. They are committed to enabling their students to overcome their challenges by supporting their social development and academic and vocational learning. This is accomplished through a tailored curriculum and therapy packages designed for each student as an individual.
Fairfield Farm CollegeFairfield Farm College is a specialized college for students ages 16-19 with disabilities and learning difficulties; is a registered charity, with residential, day and weekend courses.
Autism HamoshireThe charity has developed and offers high-quality services that meet the diverse needs of people on the autism spectrum in and around Hampshire. They provide autism-focused training, home care, supported living services, mentoring, and an information, counseling and guidance team. Their goal is to create opportunities, challenge perceptions, improve options, and provide high-quality services to meet the diverse needs of people on the autism spectrum.
Autism BerkshireIt was founded in 1990 by a group of parents of children with autism, related conditions, and challenging behaviors. They provide quality specialty services, training, and leisure and social activities throughout the county, guided by a team of trustees with personal and professional autism experience.
Forest Bridge School Forest Bridge School is a special free school for children and youth with a primary diagnosis of autism. The aim of the school is to provide a suitable environment with a high level of therapeutic support and excellent teaching to allow students with autism to reach their full potential and make the most of their intelligence, concentration and skills, in addition to helping each one who leaves the school. school to progress towards training, employment or higher education.
Heathermount School Offers learning packages for children and youth ages 4-19 with ASC diagnosis, based on ability, needs and interests. They aim to create a learning environment that builds trust and enables staff and children to thrive. In conjunction with the national curriculum, we offer a variety of professional qualifications including work life skills, catering and hospitality, business administration, horticulture, and work experience opportunities.
The Castle School The Castle School serves children with a variety of complex learning difficulties from the ages of 3 to 19 offering a range of services for different ages, stages and needs. Their goal is to create a happy, safe, and stimulating learning environment that will encourage and challenge our students to develop their skills and knowledge to the extent possible and provide the best education possible.
The Avenue School. Special Needs Academy It is a special school for boys and girls from 2 to 19 years old with complex special educational needs. Students at The Avenue School have profound multiple learning disabilities (PMLDs), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), speech and language needs, physical needs, and a combination of the above.
Grange Park School Grange Park is a specialized provision for children and youth ages 8-19 with an autism spectrum condition (ASC). The goal of its curriculum is for students to have the skills necessary to be successful, independent, and motivated learners who are ready for their next educational stage.
The Kent Autistic TrustKent Autistic Trust has been supporting people with autism spectrum disorder and other associated difficulties since 1989, supporting people who have significant behavioral, developmental and communication needs within various community settings. Support services are personalized and specific to each individual, and their goal is to ensure that each person gets the right balance of support they need to be as successful as possible in all areas of their life.
Quest School Quest School was founded in September 2003 to provide a specialized school for students with autism. They are committed to providing a fully inclusive environment that recognizes and meets the diversity of needs. Each student is valued as special and unique, with their own rich combination of skills, strengths, and talents.
The Caldecott SchoolCaldecott School is a special school serving youth with social, emotional, and mental health difficulties, including a variety of communication needs, between the ages of 8 and 18. They are committed to developing support networks and strategies that young people will need in today's society. Its objective is to re-involve each and every one of the students, through a curricular offer, supported by a holistic approach to therapeutic interventions.
Bower Grove School It is a special school for children and young people between 4 and 16 years old that offers its students a high quality education, accessible to students of diverse abilities and different learning styles, taking into account their social, emotional, behavioral and mental health needs. In addition to the main school site, Bower Grove has an Autism Spectrum. Condition Satellite for primary aged pupils at Westborough Primary School. The satellite has the capacity to cater for up to 12 pupils who must have an Education Health Care Plan and a confirmed diagnosis of an Autistic Spectrum Condition.
Nexus Foundation Special School Nexus is an ambitious special school for children and young people with profound, severe and complex needs, many of whom are on the Autistic Spectrum. They have high expectations for their students, they strive to ensure that everyone reaches their full potential; celebrating difference and fostering curiosity and creativity. Their team of committed staff works hard to ensure that their individual needs, interests and abilities are met and that they become resilient individuals capable of making positive decisions in life.
St Nicholas School Canterbury St. Nicholas School is a community day school providing education for over 300 children aged between 4 and 19 who have profound severe & complex learning difficulties. Many of the pupils also have – physical disabilities, epilepsy, autism and sensory impairment.
Bradstow School Bradstow is a residential special school, registered as a children's home, and maintained by the London Borough of Wandsworth for children and young people with severe intellectual disabilities who are on the autistic spectrum continuum. Many of your children and young people have associated communication difficulties and emotional/behavioural challenges associated with their complex disabilities and medical needs.
Hope View School Hope View School is an Independent Special School for boys with complex needs including Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD), social, emotional, mental health and learning difficulties.
Medway Green School They serve students with a wide range of social, emotional, and mental health needs, including autism spectrum conditions, in an environment designed to ensure that they always feel safe and supported. Her goal is to nurture her students, always treating them as individuals with their own needs.
Ana santo Ana Santo works with children and youth throughout the Southeast with sensory processing disorders, autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders, developmental coordination disorders (including dyspraxia or hypermobility syndromes) such as cerebral palsy. She works with struggling children and youth at home, school, or college to understand how their motor, sensory, perceptual, and emotional difficulties impact their everyday lives.
Limpsfield Grange Limpsfield Grange is a residential day school for girls ages 11-16 with communication and interaction difficulties. Its students have a wide range of needs and many have a diagnosis of autism spectrum conditions (ASC), including Asperger's syndrome or high functioning autism (HFA).
Glebe School Glebe is a special basic high school for students aged 11-19. Your students have Education, Health, and Care Plans (EHCP) with many diverse needs. One of your main goals is to help your students effectively meet and overcome any obstacles to learning. The other major priority of the school is to give its young people the skills they need to lead as independent lives as possible once they are gone. They have multiple students on the autism spectrum, other needs include specific learning disabilities, emotional / behavioral difficulties, and speech / language and communication.
Step by StepStep by Step is a small independent day school for pupils with autism. We provide specialised teaching for Primary, Secondary and Sixth Form pupils, aged 4 to 19, who have a diagnosis on the autism spectrum. They help students develop the skills, understanding and confidence to reach their full potential and, to the extent possible, lead a full and independent life.
Valence School They serve students from 4 to 19 years old who have physical disabilities and complex medical needs and have day and boarding places. Its overall goal is to enable all children and youth to achieve meaningful independence.
West Kent CollegeAdditional learning support at West Kent College is designed to remove barriers to learning and ensure positive outcomes. Support conditions include dyslexia, dyscalculia and other specific learning difficulties, Asperger and autism spectrum condition, Deaf and hard of hearing, Visually impaired, Emotional, social and behavioral difficulties, Physical and mobility difficulties, medical; Epilepsy, Mental Health and Wellbeing, and Supported Learning.
Chailey Heritage School Chailey Heritage School is a special school for children and young people from kindergarten to 19 years of age with complex neurodisabilities, high health needs, sensory deficiencies and associated learning difficulties. Most have a diagnosis of cerebral palsy, while other students' disabilities are caused by acquired brain injury or a genetic condition. Her vision is that every young person at Chailey Heritage School has every opportunity to progress toward achievement.
BeamsDisabled children and youth who access your services often have one or more learning difficulties, complex health needs, physical or sensory disability, challenging behavior, autism, or severe ADHD. Its objective is to provide comprehensive support services to the families of children and young people with any form of physical, learning or sensory disability.
Chailey Heritage Foundation The Chailey Heritage Foundation provides education and care services for children and youth with complex neurodisabilities. Most of the young people who access their services have severe cerebral palsy, many have visual and / or sensory impairments.
Grace EyreGrace Eyre offers a series of independent living services where many people with learning disabilities and / or autism enjoy living in their own home or shared accommodation. In the employment support service Grace Eyre works closely with workers, increasing their knowledge and understanding of disability. and in the area of learning and having fun, it offers a variety of workshops and community activities.
Kangaroos Kangaroos is a disability charity that offers a variety of fun and inclusive social and leisure activities in the local community throughout the year for children and young adults with learning disabilities and additional needs. Its Vision is to ensure that people with learning disabilities can exercise their right to leisure, play and recreational activity.
St John’s School St. John’s is a non-maintained independent specialist school and independent specialist college, working with young people who have complex learning disabilities including some who may have difficulties resulting from Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC), Asperger’s Syndrome and Pathological Demand Avoidance Syndrome (PDA) and other secondary needs such as hearing/visual impairment and mental health needs where there is already community mental health support.
Extratime Extratime is a lifeline for hundreds of families of children and youth with special educational needs and disabilities at Brighton & Hove. Extratime organizes high-quality and affordable clubs, vacation programs and family events for children and youth with and without disabilities ages 4-25. They understand the challenges for families of disabled children and aim to provide a short break from the demands of caring for a child or young person with additional needs.
Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation The Queen Elizabeth Foundation for People with Disabilities (QEF) is a national charity for people with disabilities based in Surrey. They work with children and adults with physical and learning disabilities or acquired brain injuries. They offer a wide range of expert services providing support and counseling, specialized care, neurorehabilitation, and life skills development that make a real difference in the lives of people with disabilities.
Learning without LimitsThey offer a specialized curriculum that recognizes each young person diagnosed on the autism spectrum as an individual and works to support them on their journey towards realizing their full potential.
Autism Support Crawley They are a group of parents and caregivers of children and adults on the Autistic Spectrum or with other social communication difficulties. They host regular get-togethers for their members, they also host year-round social events for their members, including an annual meal, a visit to Autism's Got Talent, a karaoke night, plus other events and training.
St Piers School and CollegeThey provide first-rate diagnosis, evaluation and rehabilitation for children and youth with epilepsy. Dedicated and trained staff excel at teaching students with a variety of conditions including Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Acquired Brain Injury, Behavioral Difficulties, Epilepsy, Moderate Learning Difficulties, Unsupported Needs weight and multiple deep learning difficulties.
Seadown School Most of your students have had time away from education or may have been isolated or excluded from previous establishments. Its highly qualified staff has vast experience working with young people of varying academic abilities who often struggle with SEMH, ADHD, dyslexia, and autism, to name just a few. We strive to promote a positive, yet challenging learning environment that fully supports the needs and desires of all of its youth and recognizes the importance of developing academically while placing equal emphasis on helping them grow in confidence, resilience, and determination.
Hilll Park School Hill Park School is a specialized school maintained for students ages 4-16 with a moderate, severe, or profound learning disability. All students who attend the school have an EHCP. Their students' needs range from having profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD), physical disabilities, autism (ASC), moderate (MLD), or severe learning disabilities (SLD). As a learning disability center, they are not a school for students who have a primary need for social, emotional and mental health (SEMH).
Northease Manor School Northease is an independent coeducational special school for students primarily with autism and / or dyslexia, where its students are truly happy, well cared for, known as individuals, and educated to be more confident and successful than they ever thought possible. With specialized staff and resources, they offer high-quality instruction, fully integrated speech and language and occupational therapy, backed by their high-quality pastoral support.
Little Gate. Little Gate offers a number of services such as supported employment where they find paid jobs for adults with learning disabilities and autism, giving them all the support they need to learn the role. They also provide the opportunity to train 'on the job' in paid apprenticeships and offer training in a wide range of job functions. Their Young Ranger and Teen Ranger clubs are for children ages 8 to 18 with learning disabilities or autism where they offer a wonderful variety of fun activities around their farm and forest.
AmazeAmaze is a charity that provides information, counseling, and support to families of children and youth with special educational needs and disabilities. provide a range of different information, counseling and support services to parent caregivers and also directly to children and youth with special educational needs and disabilities.
Linden Bridge School It is a special school academy with The Howard Trust Partnership. They offer a specialized education in aspirations for young people ages 4 to 19 with complex social communication needs. The school has received four consecutive Ofsted "Outstanding" inspections and is a partner of the SEND teaching school offering specialized SEND and autism support, outreach and training for schools, professionals and parents.
Mustard Seed Autism TrustMustard Seed Autism Trust is a small registered charity that offers a professional and practical service to families living with autism. The team of professionals and volunteers provides practical support to children with their communication, motor coordination, sensory and emotional difficulties, through a variety of therapies and activities.
Stepping Stones School The school offers services for children who have experienced processing delays due to: acute or chronic medical conditions, hemiplegia or mild cerebral palsy; those whose mental and / or emotional health is at risk; and those whose autism level creates learning needs. They work to ensure that their students adopt a positive school environment to become independent and confident lifelong learners.
CaleidoscopeCaleidoscope CIC is a non-profit community organization that supports families with autistic children. They offer individual support, training for parents and professionals as well as inclusive classes for children such as Art and Lego. They provide professionalism in a relaxed and non-judgmental environment. Its mission is to break the stigma of autism, raise awareness and promote social inclusion.
Surrey’s Learning Disability Parnership BoardThey help develop information, support and services for people with an autism spectrum condition in Surrey.

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Percy Bilton Charity Percy bilton charity is a granting trust and company limited by warranty founded in 1962. They provide assistance to organizations and individuals in need across the UK. Charities that help disadvantaged youth, people with disabilities, people with mental health issues, and seniors can apply for grants for furniture and equipment (excluding office supplies), construction or renovation projects.
Autism All StarsAutism All Stars UK is a charity where everyone is dedicated to creating a happier and more inclusive world for autistic people and their supporters.
The Thomas CentreThe Thomas Center is an exceptional vacation park, for those affected by autism, epilepsy, and other special needs. They provide vacations for families and groups on a dedicated 25-acre site in a safe and non-judgmental environment.
Link AbleLink Able is a Woking-based charity that helps children and adults with learning disabilities. They offer people activities and experiences they struggle to access in the larger community, and support them in learning new skills, forming lasting friendships, and leading independent and fulfilling lives.
The Zone The Zone is for families living with autism and similar conditions in Hart, Rushmoor and surrounding areas. They are run by parents and caregivers who volunteer to support other families in the area so they can find the information, advice and support they need to cope with daily life less of a challenge.
Glenwood School Glenwood School is a specialist secondary school for around 100 pupils who require a personalised curriculum to meet their moderate learning needs, physical, sensory and language challenges and who may be on the Autism Spectrum.
The Sheiling Ringwood They specialize in autism and communication difficulties, severe and complex learning disabilities and behaviors that challenge. Students are encouraged and supported to become resourceful and caring individuals, to explore the world of feelings, behaviour and values.
Lindwood School Linwood School welcomes pupils from a wide geographical area and supports a comprehensive range of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
Fair WaysLinwood School welcomes students from a wide geographic area and supports a wide range of special educational needs and disabilities. Linwood School is made up of several Campus Campus from Linwood years Nursery through Year 14, with a wide range of special educational needs such as Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN), including students with autism and Asperger syndrome. Springwood Campus (Year 1 to Year 14 who have a diagnosis of Autism and Associated Learning Disabilities / Asperger's Syndrome). Littlewood Campus (Nursery and Reception Years having a diagnosis of autism and associated learning disabilities). Woodford Campus (Students ages 5-11 with a wide range of special educational needs). Summerwood Campus (Years 12-14, having a diagnosis of Autism / Asperger's Syndrome)
The Play house FundationProvide specialized care and social inclusion for young children with autism in order to improve functional skills of daily living, communication, and interactive play.
Autism AmbassadorThe Hampshire, Portsmouth, Southampton and Isle of Wight Autism Strategies recognize the need to raise autism awareness in communities to improve outcomes for people with autism. Its purpose is to raise awareness about autism will help people on the autism spectrum to live as independently as possible in their local communities, access the services they need in their lives, receive good customer service and increase employment opportunities.
Beaucroft Foundation School Beaucroft is a Foundation Special School serving children and youth between the ages of four and nineteen who experience learning difficulties, including complex needs, and individuals with an autism spectrum disorder. It also offers an innovative and personalized curriculum to meet particular learning needs, focused on community-based hands-on learning, creating a friendly and caring environment where children positively thrive.
Dorset Council The guide offers 6 special schools in Dorset that serve children with learning difficulties, complex needs, autism spectrum disorder, complex medical needs, among others.
Parent Carer Foundation Parent Carer Foundation is an independent, inclusive and diverse charity for parents and caregivers, offering support to parents, caregivers and families of children and adults with all types of diagnosed and undiagnosed disabilities, including Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
Glendinning Academy (Newton Abbot) It is a school for pupils from Year 3 up to Post 16. They cater to pupils who are working at or around equivalent expectations and have a diagnosis of autism spectrum condition (ASC), anxiety or speech needs, language and communication (SLCN).
Spectrum With over 35 years' experience, Spectrum provides expert, specialist care services for autistic adults and children. They offer person-centered support that encourages people to be active members of their community, lead full lives, and play valuable social roles.
Ellen Tinkham School ELLEN TINKHAM is a local authority funded "outstanding" special school for children and youth ages 3-19 who have severe learning disabilities. All of your students have a Special Educational Needs Statement.
Autism Resource CentreARC Endeavor is a creative hub, born out of the Autism Resource Center in Plymouth, Devon. His vision is to provide opportunities for local young associates and creatives to make, display and sell their work, as well as offering workshops in a variety of craft activities.
Plymouth Online Directory. Autism DirectoryIt is a directory where you can find a series of services related to autism such as care and support, rehabilitation services, foundations, clubs and projects.
North Devon Forum for Autistic Spectrum Conditions and ADHDThey are a parent / caregiver led support group, established in 1992 by a group of parents and professionals concerned with children on the autism spectrum. Its objectives are to offer informal support to parents, caregivers and people with ASC / ADHD, share information, organize events and social activities, maintain and develop contact with professionals.
South West AutismSouth West Autism provides services with a focus on children and young people with high functioning autistic spectrum disorder and other neuro-developmental conditions. They also advise and guide families and professionals who care for them. Their services are open to all individuals / families and due to the length of the local waiting list, a firm diagnosis is not required.

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