If you are looking for extra support to survive and thrive at your place of work or study, we can help.
Right now you might be feeling frustrated and misunderstood or even angry that people are reacting negatively.
You may have a diagnosis of an autism related condition or you may suspect you’re on the spectrum (well most people now believe everyone is to some degree or another!) You don’t need a formal diagnosis to benefit from our support.
Because everyone is unique, we recognise that there is no one-size-fits-all support manual. Together we will decide on how much help you need to make your work or study more enjoyable and productive.
Such a person-centred support package may involve us working together closely with you and your employer or tutor to get the best reasonable adjustments in place for you.
Or you may just want us to work with you either face to face, to meet for an hour a week to talk through what’s been happening or even by email if that’s how you would prefer to communicate.
Our support is flexible and tailored to your needs.
You can get practical help from the government to pay for our service:
(a) If you are looking to start work, you are already in work, or you are self-employed, then you may be eligible for financial support under the Access to Work scheme. For more details on Access to Work, please click here.
(b) If you are looking to start a course of university study or are already on a course, then you may be eligible for financial support under the Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) scheme. For more details on DSA, please click here.
Contact us for an initial free consultation and we will be happy to talk through your individual situation and work out together what can be done to make your working or study life easier and more rewarding.