The Autism Centre is dedicated to providing information and help both to parents of Autistic Spectrum and brain injured children and to practitioners in the Health and Education sectors.
ESPA Research is committed to continuing the research carried out by the Autism Research Unit into autism spectrum and related conditions for public benefit.
We are the leading UK charity for people on the autism spectrum (including Asperger syndrome) and their families. We provide information, support and pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for people with autism.
A Scottish registered charity established in 1968 and works together with persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), their families, carers, and other organizations, agencies, and individuals in Scotland to provide training in education, care, support and life opportunities for persons of all ages with ASD.
Works toward providing quality services for those with Autism and their families while also advocating best practice, and offer a range of training courses for professionals working with people on the Autism spectrum.
An independent paediatric assessment and therapy practice which offers comprehensive evaluation and treatment programmes designed to help a child to achieve sensory integration.
Operates in the North of England and North Wales providing care, education, support and improved life opportunities for young people in need. We have been operating in the region since 1870. We serve children, young people and young adults who are experiencing emotional, behavioural or social difficulties, physical and/or learning disabilities and autistic spectrum disorders.
Treating Autism, a charity run entirely by parents, provides information and support to families and individuals affected by autism with the aim of improving their quality of life and reducing disabling symptoms of autism.
The Wirral Autistic Society has a commitment to ensuring that people with autistic spectrum disorders are offered a high quality service, specifically targeted at their unique disability. Wherever practical, preference will be given to people within our catchment area, but this does not preclude applications from elsewhere.
Based in long-established premises on a quiet street in the centre of Purley, this new unit offers both residential and respite care including a day care service for adults (aged 18 to 65) with disabilities.