What we can deliver

Working in partnership with commissioners and funders, we develop a bespoke model combining expert training with ongoing practical support designed to meet the needs of children, young people and their families. 

The areas of support we offer include:

Open Access Community Network Groups

Where there are concerns about a child’s behaviour or progress at school, our community network groups offer learning support to help parents and carers understand and meet the needs of children living with neurodevelopmental conditions. The groups are open access and cover pre, during and post-diagnosis stages.

Each week we deliver informal workshops on different subjects. There’s no need to book, families are welcome to come along and meet other families in similar situations to share learning and experiences.

See the What’s On calendar here.

Family Learning Programmes and Workshops

These are structured learning programmes and workshops that give parents, carers and supporters the skills, knowledge and confidence to enable them to recognise, understand and meet the needs of their family living with neurodevelopmental conditions.

We also offer ‘ND and Me’ age-appropriate learning programmes for children and young people.

Open Access, Solution Focused Drop-Ins

Our solution-focused drop-ins are open access, so we welcome families to come along, meet the team and our partners to ask questions or talk about anything that’s causing concerning as a parent/carer of a child or young person living with a neurodevelopmental condition. They may be at the earliest point making an enquiry or seek specific information, advice and guidance about a particular concern, whatever stage they're at on their journey, everyone’s welcome.

Community Events

We organise and facilitate family events, activities and days out where families can socialise and access opportunities within their local community that many neuro-typical families may take for granted. 

Opportunities for Children, Young People and Their Siblings

We offer a range of aged appropriate learning, coaching and mentoring opportunities and health, wellbeing and enrichment activities for children aged 5-11 and 12-19 living with neurodevelopmental conditions, learning difficulties and associated mental health needs.  

For siblings aged 6-19, our age-appropriate opportunities help them to better understand their brother or sister living a neurodevelopmental condition, learning difficulty or associated mental health condition as well as understanding their own needs and those of their sibling and wider family.

Engagement, Participation and Evaluation

We are skilled and experienced in engaging families living with neurodevelopmental conditions, learning difficulties and associated mental health needs, promoting positive participation to inform the development of our offer to meet their needs.

Person-Centred Family Coaching

Our solution focused coaching and mentoring programmes for children, young people, and the family as a whole living with neurodevelopmental conditions, learning difficulties and associated mental health needs support families to develop positive relationships and to move on with their lives.


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