Listings in Behavioural Interventions and Museums
Walker Art Gallery
We are running a series of mornings which are aimed at supporting the needs of people with autism. They are times when the venues are open as usual but at quieter times. You do not need to book. If we are running any workshops or activities.
Walker Art Gallery William Brown Street.
Liverpool, England L3 8EL
Roman Baths Bath
The Roman Baths is one of the finest historic sites in Northern Europe, and one of the most popular tourist attractions in the UK. It is run by the Heritage Services section of Bath & North East Somerset Council.
The Roman Baths, Abbey Church Yard, Bath
Bath, England BA1 1LZ
Our aim is to make Chelmsford Museum as accessible as possible for everyone. Our Museum Assistants are all trained in disability awareness, and will offer assistance if you need it.
Oaklands Park Moulsham Street Chelmsford
Chelmsford, England CM2 9AQ
Eureka: The National Children's Museum
Dame Vivien Duffield, Chair of the Clore Duffield Foundation, was inspired by the children’s museums that she saw during visits to the USA. Back at home she pursued her idea to create the UK’s very own children’s museum.
Eureka! The National Children’s Museum Discovery R
Halifax, England HX1 2NE
One Step Beyond, ABA Services
One Step Beyond provides Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) support and training to children and adults who are on the autism spectrum and/or have other intellectual or developmental disorders across York, UK and the surrounding areas.
Dr Paul Holland
in Therapeutic Solutions, Supported Living, Support for Adults with Autism, Speakers on Autism, Psychotherapy, Other / Not Specified Health, Counselling, Care & Support at Home (Domiciliary), Behavioural Interventions, Autism Awareness
1805 Aragon Tower London
London, England SE8 3AL