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  1. 6th Form College

    From: The Holmewood School

    Programmes of Study are tailored to each individual and students can choose to follow from one of 3 flexible pathways. Courses and timetables are organised around their strengths, needs, aspirations and transition plans. Provision for each student draws...

  2. One To One Support

    From: Resources For Autism

    Reasons for choosing Resources for Autism • RfA are a specialist agency and all our staff are autism trained. • RfA have been providing autism specific play services for 16 years. • We will meet with you to design a plan and will make sure that plan is...

  3. Holiday Play Schemes

    From: Step by Step

    Today Step by Step disabled children's charity reaches over 100 children and young people from London boroughs of Hackney, Haringey and Barnet. A Jewish charity, Step by Step reaches primarily Orthodox Jewish children, but also provides services to disabled...

  4. Domiciliary Care

    From: Acorn Complete Care

    Acorn Complete Care (ACC) aims to provide high quality, person-centred care and support assistance to all service users in their homes and around the community; respecting their dignity, privacy, rights and identity. We offer Domiciliary Care to the following...

  5. Art Engine

    From: Markfield

    This fun,lively session supports adults with learning disabilities and autism to develop thier creative talents in a safe and supportive group. Art Engine activities include painting, pottery, photography, sculpture, drama and music as well as a yoga...

  6. All for One

    From: Markfield

    All for One is a music arts and sports club for adults with autism or learning disabilities. There are some free places on this club for those who do not qualify or have a very personal budget. This group of mainly younger adults enjoy accessing local...

  7. Support for Children

    From: Springcare Support Services

    What is the service? The service is to provide personal care support for children in the home or; Outreach support to access the community, providing parents with respite. What types of children do you support? Children with Learning Difficulties, Autism,...

  8. Autism Friendly screenings

    From: Cineworld Wood Green

    Autism Friendly screenings at Cineworld differ from regular screenings. Some of the key differences are: Lighting will be kept on during the screening. Volume levels will be reduced. There will be no advertisements or trailers. Seating will not be allocated....

  9. The Southover Partnership School, Finchley

    From: The Southover Partnership

    The Southover Partnership is a multi-faceted educational organisation whose goal is to provide relentless care and give all children a future through education. At The Southover Partnership we are passionate about children’s teaching and learning and...

  10. Autism friendly films

    From: Vue Cinema Wood Green

    Autism friendly films are special screenings where subtle changes to the traditional cinema environment have been made, namely – Lights are left on low The sound is turned down Trailers and adverts are not played It's ok for people to move around during...

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