Do you have a child who has been referred for ASD Neurodevelopmental Assessment with the Community Paediatric Service (0-5) or CAMHS (6-19)?
Do you have questions about challenging or unusual behaviour?
Are you looking for a support network to connect with?
Do you have questions about the assessment pathway and what to expect?
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This section contains links to entries on the Portsmouth Local Offer providing information, advice and support in relation to autism.
Autism Hampshire provides the Autism Alert App, which enables
people who have autism to share information about their autism and support their autism. These can be used by young people and adults who live in Hampshire (including Southampton, Portsmouth and Isle of Wight)
Tel: 02392 814 723
Autism Hampshire is an independent regional charity. Our Head Office is situated in the south of Hampshire, as are our Life Skills College, adult and residential services but we also help those from out of county too
Tel: 02392 814 723
A mainstream primary academy.
Tel: (023) 9237 5302
There are 450,000 young people in Scouting, spread across five sections: Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts, Explorer Scouts and the Scout Network. Each section has its own balanced programme of activities, badges and awards.
The Beneficial Foundation provides training and education in life and work skills, accredited training and supported work experience.
Tel: 02392 733822
Information about services, grants, funding and benefits you may be able to access to support your child/young person and for you as a parent/carer.
An interactive music and movement session exclusively for families of children with additional needs
Tel: 07963 88428
A mainstream infant school and nursery
Tel: (023) 9282 8604
Bridge2Work is a transitional employment programme with an aim to provide intensive one to one support from dedicated Personal Advisors.
The CAMHS-CDC provides a highly specialist service, working with young people and their families aged 0-18 years, whom have a moderate to severe developmental delay. This delay can be in relation to a learning disability, physical disability or a complex health need.
Tel: 0300 1236632
Can Do is a volunteering programme for disabled people aged 16-35, offering support, information and training
Tel: 07710 385418
Catch22 Study Programme is a vocational learning and training programme for young people.
Tel: 023 9286 1228
A mainstream secondary academy.
Tel: (023) 9282 4204
Chichester Festival Theatre is committed to making sure everyone’s needs are met in order to enjoy the best possible experience. Both Theatres are fully accessible and we offer a range of access performances and services.
Tel: 01243 781312
CAMHS-LD is a specialist Team within CAMHS that offers assessment and treatment options for a range of behavioural, emotional and mental health difficulties in children with learning disabilities. The team is multi-disciplinary and includes practitioners from Nursing, Psychology, Psychiatry and Occupational Therapy.
Tel: 0300 1236632
We understand that as a parent or carer it can be difficult to make an informed choice about childcare. What is childcare? Where do I start looking? How do I know my child will be safe?
This section will take you to information on Portsmouth City Councils website about finding the right childcare.
Tel: 023 9268 8830,
The Provisions in the Children and Families Act setting out the new legal framework for children and young people with SEN in youth custody will commence on 1st April 2015.
We are a small independent training provider offering high quality training. The training will be provided by paediatric nurses with a vast amount of experience in caring for children with complex needs in the community so all the training is evidence based and up to date.
Tel: 07578 781190 07954 575742
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