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Our Neurodevelopmental Support Services offer support to families whose children are waiting for, or undergoing, a neurodevelopmental assessment or where there has been a diagnosis of a neurodevelopmental condition such as Autism or ADHD.

What do we provide?

We offer families support through our free courses. We also offer opportunity for you join us and other parents through various online or face to face groups such as coffee mornings, picnics, dads groups and evening groups. We have focussed information sessions, monthly newsletters and a Facebook page and you are welcome to have a one to one chat with our Family Support Worker either on the telephone or virtually.

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How can you get involved?

Please do get in touch if you would like to volunteer with us, especially if you have experience of living with a child or young person with neurodevelopmental differences. You will have opportunity to participate in our support groups and workshops to share your lived experiences and offer general support to other families who often feel isolated and overwhelmed through caring for a child or young person with additional needs.

If you’re keen to make a difference, take a look at our current volunteer opportunities or get in touch with us directly.

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