All our staff are trained in working with people with an autism spectrum disorder

The Pathway used are consistent with treatment, care, and support that aims to increase the individuals’ independence and skills in communication, daily living and self-regulation.

The aim of these services is to prepare individuals for living more independently through a programme of person centered care which incorporates the following elements:

  • individually tailored care and rehabilitation pathways
  • Care delivered and reviewed following a plan
  • Positive risk taking
  • Strengths based approach
  • Positive behaviour management strategies
  • Access to meaningful and stimulating activity 7 days a week
  • Developing independent living skills and community engagement
  • A strong emphasis on safeguarding
  • Robust clinical governance
  • Access to independent advocacy
  • Strong multiagency and family partnerships to ensure a holistic package of care and pathway


Our community based services aim to deliver the following outcomes

  • Improvements in quality of life
  • Greater choice, control and independence
  • Effective management of behaviour
  • Reduction of risk
  • Good physical health
  • Improved self-esteem and self-worth
  • Social inclusion
  • Dignity and respect