Listings in United Kingdom
Handmade to order, & an affordable luxury that will help change lives, the only Sensory Onesie in the world is sewn in a way that seams feel soft and seamless, offering comfort & peace of mind to those on the autistic spectrum or with sensory issues.
19 High Market
Northhumberland, England NE63 8NE
Helping children & adults find the educational play and sensory resources that they need!
Unit 328 The Vale Enterprise Centre,
Barry, Wales CF64 5SY
Giovanni’s is a lovely restaurant and Giovanni has a huge heart too. Passionate about welcoming families that have children with autism into his restaurant to have a great time. He couldn’t do more to help and make us feel welcome.
Giovannis Restaurant, 8 Park Place
Cardiff, Wales CF10 3DP
Online directory of help, support and resources for individuals, families and professionals living and working with autism. Also provide support, advocacy & coaching for adults with autism, promote speakers and provide training in autism awareness.
Unit 21, Business Development Centre
Pontypridd, Wales CF37 5UR
Cardiff Autism Service is an exciting collaboration between two of London’s top children’s services and a South Wales based children’s service.
253 Cowbridge Road West
Cardiff, Wales CF5 5TD
Clinical Psychologist offering psychological interventions to both children and adults with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
19D Mobbs Miller House
Northampton, England NN1 5LP
Breckenbrough is a residential Special School which specialises in helping boys reach their academic, social and emotional potential. The school provides both day places and weekly boarding over 38 weeks. It is the only Quaker Foundation...
North Yorkshire, England YO7 4EN
Beam ABA Services helps to improve the lives of children and young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), ADHD and other complex needs using Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) therapy.
17-19 Chalton Street
London, England NW1 1JD
Autism is often described as an invisible condition because its complex nature is not always obvious to the passer by. This means that, sadly, individuals with Autism, are often targeted for bullying and victimisation because their behaviours...