Listings in Behavioural Interventions and Carers
We provide Support/training for parents, families and nurseries on Early Intervention and Autism Awareness.
London, England BR3 1PS
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
Autism Outreach Southern California
Autism Outreach Southern California helps children and young adults in the San Diego area improve their cognitive and social skills through tried and test applied behavioral analysis therapy.
3110 Camino Del Rio South Suite 307
San Diego, California 92108
The Foundation for Purposeful Communication
A unique personalised programme addressing all areas of a child’s development to promote purposeful communication and enjoy successful social interactions, by reducing anxiety and teaching the purpose for and use of receptive & expressive language.
'Kempsford' 149b Maldon, Road Tiptree
Colchester, England CO5 0PN
Carers Northern Ireland
Carers Northern Ireland is a charity set up to support people who care for an elderly relative, a sick friend or a disabled family member. We are part of Carers UK.
58 Howard Street Belfast
Belfast, Northern Ireland BT1 6JP
Carers Scotland is a charity set up to support people who care for an elderly relative, a sick friend or a disabled family member. We are part of Carers UK.
The Cottage 21 Pearce Street Glasgow
Glasgow, Scotland G51 3UT
Carers Wales is a charity set up to support people who care for an elderly relative, a sick friend or a disabled family member. We are part of Carers UK.
River House Ynys Bridge Court Cardiff
Cardiff, Wales CF15 9SS
Autism and Understanding
The Waldon Approach - a low cost effective teaching approach for children with ASD, ADHD and other syndromes. See Autism and Understanding SAGE 2012 available on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk
Rachel Imenu 34/5
Good to Talk
Good to Talk is a support group for carers run by carers. The group helps carers who look after people who are on the Autistic spectrum, or have Mental health issues/problems or Dyslexia or Dyspraxia. We are also open to others adult carers.
Hanwell Fields Community Centre,
Rotary Way, Banbury,
Banbury, England OX16 1ER