Clinical Services

We are a blended team of peer support practitioners (autistic individuals and/or expert family members) and clinicians including nurses, speech and language therapists and occupational therapists. We pride ourselves in having a neurodiverse workforce, with many of our team being neurodiverse (dyslexic, dyspraxia, ADHD or autistic) or have lived experienced with a family member.

Using our blended skills and specialism we offer a range of assessments, supporting, mentoring and coaching to autistic people and their support networks, using a holistic approach.

Our team also offer training, webinars, workshops and we also hold annual conferences.

Using our blended experiences our training gives unique insight, while also having knowledge of the most up to date evidence based practice.

Autism Assessments

Our diagnostic assessments involve a detailed family and developmental history and observational assessment of the individual.

Your assessment is carried out by a minimum of two team members that work alongside our Peer Support Practitioners who provide invaluable support to the individual and/or their support network through the process.

All our assessments are completed in line with NICE guidelines.

*Please check with your local authority that they accept an independent assessment if being used for an EHCP application.

Our Autism Assessments are charged at £1,500. This can be paid in instalments or as a one-off payment.

Clinical Support

Our team of clinical staff consists of people that have developed in-depth knowledge and expertise in autism through work and academia. Our team are made up of;

Speech & Language Therapist (SLT’s)

Our speech and language therapists provide treatment, support and care for children and adults who have difficulties with speech, language and communication and/or eating, drinking or swallowing.

Using specialist skills, SLT’s work directly with individuals and their families and carers to provide them with tailored support to maximise their communication potential. They also work closely with teachers and other health professionals, such as doctors, nurses, other allied health professionals and psychologists to develop individual treatment programmes.


Our nurses have been specially trained to assess individual health needs holistically, and to support positive health outcomes and decision making. They are also highly skilled in supporting in specific areas of health for example;

• Health coaching
• Healthy relationships • Emotional Literacy

• Supporting access to physical health services • Collaborative and proactive solution focussed


• Gaining employment
• Fatigue management
• Participation in education

Occupational Therapist

Occupational therapy provides practical support to enable people to overcome barriers which prevent them from doing the activities (occupations) that matter to them. This support can increase the persons independence and quality of life. Occupational Therapists can help with:

• Sensory Assessments
• Developing Independent Living skills

Psychosocial Support

Our psychosocial support service is aimed at providing meaningful occupation and wellbeing.

We are able to provide support with developing social skills to enable you to make and maintain friendships and relationships.
This can be done through one to one support, workshop-based activities and Lego therapy. Lego therapy is a great way of practicing social skills, communicating and team working. Suitable for all ages.

Charged at £70 per hour. (Block bookings are recommended and offered at a discounted rate).