Your organisation may be going through a time of transition, for example with senior staff moving on, and you need to maintain stability through that period. It may be that your people require mentoring so that they can gain new skills; or you may want help in terms of enhancing your current strategy. AT-Autism can provide advice, managerial support and strategic guidance to strengthen your organisation or to help you move in a new direction.
Advice on service design and delivery
It is possible that you are facing challenges in terms of your current services, whether that is in education, health, social care or other settings (e.g. the prison service). We can also be of help to Service Commissioners in helping to specify or evaluate a particular programme. We are also able to offer advice on customising and environment to be more inclusive and suited to the needs of autistic children or adults. We can advise on inclusive spaces from the design stage of the project. AT-Autism is happy to discuss with you your requirements or aspirations in terms of enhancing service delivery.
Individual work, assessments, support and legal matters
You may need advice and practical support with an individual child or adult. Typically this will be someone deemed hard to place. We are able to advise on individual placements including personalised support packages. This may be for someone currently in hospital or about to leave residential school or at risk of exclusion.We also undertake work in connection with the criminal justice system, other legal assessments and offer diagnostic and post diagnostic services.
Please get in touch if you would like to find out more about our services
"The feedback we have received following Richards training and seminars has been amazing. People have asked when he will be returning as they would like more of this very practical but evidence based information. Richard is very easy to work with and understands his audience. Can’t recommend this training highly enough."
Sharon Paley: Director Clinical Innovation and Governance, Government of Queensland, Australia
"Synergy works because it looks to create the optimum physical, sensory, communication and social environment for the child rather than focusing solely on changing the child’s behaviour."
Laskaridis Foundation, Greece.
"The participants spoke very highly of the workshop and I enjoyed myself immensely. It is a really interesting, sustainable and empowering concept. The presentation was super, one never knows enough! Thank you Richard and Michael"
Dr Rita Micalef, Inspire Foundation, Government of Malta and University of Malta.
"Richard was a very generous and excellent presenter who provided a very good and broad overview of autism and interventions. He was happy to share and discuss his wealth of knowledge, experience, and values base; and was responsive to the various needs and interests of the audience. Richard provided an excellent reminder of the use of strengths and sound clinical judgement in being appropriate and effective in our work with people with autism."
Murray Rieck: Senior Clinician, Clinical Innovation and Governance, Government of Queensland, Australia
"Within 6 months of working with AT-Autism we had taken a fresh look at our operations, had appointed a new CEO, had achieved financial stability and our operational activity had returned to surplus."
"I am not only indebted to the AT-Autism team for the skills and knowledge they taught us but for their profoundly humane and supportive approach."
"If you want the right experts in autism then go to AT-Autism. Efficient, knowledgeable and professional’"
Kaim Todner Solicitors