OPEN TO NEW REFERRALS FOR SHORT TERM SUPPORT
We have received some funding to support families through this Covid19 crisis.
This short term intervention will focus on providing support, advice and remote intervention to families and children who have been and still are struggling through this pandemic period. This service will run over the summer months into the beginning of the new school year. It will focus on supporting difficulties that have arisen in managing your child's needs at home and particularly looking at transition back to school.
We are not yet able to open the waiting list to families for our normal service but will be doing this in the Autumn term. We also want to reassure families who are currently on our waiting list or open to us that we will continue to support them.
To make a referral or for more information please email
SUPPORTING FAMILIES LIVING WITH AUTISM
Mustard Seed Autism Trust is a small registered charity, which offers a professional & practical service to families living with autism. We support families within a 10-mile radius of Farnborough, Hampshire.
Children on the autistic spectrum face daily challenges as they grow and develop throughout their lives. Without specialist support and intervention these challenges can become significantly overwhelming for both the child and the family.
Our team of professional staff and volunteers provide practical support for children with their communication, motor co-ordination, sensory and emotional difficulties, through a range of therapies and activities.
We offer support to parents and siblings and we also recognise the need for joined up working with other professionals involved with the families and offer support to schools and local organisations.
Unique features of our service:
A holistic approach
Working across the autistic spectrum
Working in the home or in a professionally equipped venue
Accessible to all regardless of financial status
Dedicated to autism awareness and training
Mustard Seed Autism Trust also provides professional training to local schools and organisations on various autism-related topics and operates a social enterprise in North Hampshire offering occupational therapy to children from two to nineteen within the school environment.
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