One to One Clinics

Access specialist clinicians, therapists and advisers in the One to One Clinics, offering advice on managing challenging behaviour; special educational needs; specialist ASC occupational therapy; preventing and challenging school exclusion; and mentoring and employment support.

Sessions last for 30 minutes unless otherwise stated at the time of booking.

All sessions can only be booked on your day of attendance. Due to demand sessions are restricted to one per ticket per day and are offered on a first come, first served basis.

Clinic 1: Managing Challenging Behaviour

PrintThe Managing Challenging Behaviour Clinic offers advice, guidance and information to parents of children and young people with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) on all aspects of challenging behaviour. Topics include inappropriate behaviours in social situations, social isolation, anxiety, understanding dangers, triggers and strategies.

If you would like to contact The National Autistic Society regarding challenging behaviour call the Autism Helpline on 0808 800 4104.

Clinic 2: Managing Challenging Behaviour

PrintThe Managing Challenging Behaviour Clinic offers advice, guidance and information to parents of children and young people with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) on all aspects of challenging behaviour. Topics include inappropriate behaviours in social situations, social isolation, anxiety, understanding dangers, triggers and strategies.

If you would like to contact The National Autistic Society regarding challenging behaviour call the Autism Helpline on 0808 800 4104.

Clinic 3: Managing Challenging Behaviour

PrintThe Managing Challenging Behaviour Clinic offers advice, guidance and information to parents of children and young people with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) on all aspects of challenging behaviour. Topics include inappropriate behaviours in social situations, social isolation, anxiety, understanding dangers, triggers and strategies.

If you would like to contact The National Autistic Society regarding challenging behaviour call the Autism Helpline on 0808 800 4104.

Clinic 4: Mentoring and Employment Support

AS Mentoring

AS Mentoring offers adults with Autism and other potentially exclusionary conditions advice and guidance surrounding employment
issues. We can support you both with your jobseeking and with problematic situations in the workplace. We can also help you address other issues in your life which are holding you back, and support you with strategies to move forward. AS Mentoring provides you with access to appropriate and effective support which is tailored to address your individual needs.

For more information email enquiries@asmentoring.co.uk or visit www.asmentoring.co.uk

Clinic 5: Preventing and Challenging School Exclusion

PrintThis clinic offers advice, guidance and information to parents of children and young people with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) on all aspects of school exclusion in England. Topics covered include the exclusion process, your rights and what schools could be doing to support pupils with autism, advice on informal (illegal) exclusions; fixed-period and permanent exclusions; how to challenge your child’s exclusion and what you can do if you are concerned that your child is at risk of exclusion.

If you would like to contact the National Autistic Society’s School Exclusions Service call the Autism Helpline on 0808 800 4104 selecting option 3 (Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm), email schoolexclusions@nas.org.uk, or click here.

Clinic 6: Specialist ASC Occupational Therapy (FRI ONLY)

PrintLeap Children’s Therapy is an independent company based in Buckinghamshire, providing Occupational Therapy services to children and young people. Leap Children’s Therapy has a team of three experienced Occupational Therapists who are highly skilled in the assessment and treatment of children with learning, behavioural and developmental difficulties.

For more information call 01494 761 552, email info@leapchildrenstherapy.com, or visit www.leapchildrenstherapy.com

Clinic 6: Independent Advice on Special Educational Needs (SAT ONLY)

SOS SEN LogoWe offer a free, friendly, independent and confidential telephone helpline for parents and others looking for information and advice on Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND).

We concentrate on helping people to find their way through the legal and procedural maze which is so daunting to so many who try to obtain satisfactory provision for a child’s special needs.

For more information call the helpline on 020 8538 3731, email admin@sossen.org.uk, or visit www.sossen.org.uk.

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