We provide bespoke life care pathway services to all, and are dedicated to caring for those with Autism and Learning Disabilities.

Our enthusiastic and experienced team are NVQ trained with British Sign Language staff available. Our skilled staff are trained in Positive Behavioural Support, including physical interventions and management of challenging behaviour by our in-house trainer utilising pragmatic and highly effective Team Teach methodology.

An array of services are available which are tailored to suit your unique requirements, including education, skills for life, and activities of daily living, personal care, and behavioural support.

Life Skills

Healthy Eating, Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies. Mapping physical health interventions and observations to Wellbeing and Behaviours. Understanding myself, my culture, my friends and family, social skills, finance and budgeting.


Our Kitchen is a lively and friendly hub which includes a weekly social cooking day with all involved. This promotes teamwork and social skills whilst learning self-sufficiency skills such as cooking from scratch, healthy eating, shopping, and preparing food grown in our garden!


Sensory stimulation and relaxation is an important part of our care, as this helps the development of motor skills, learning, language, and social interaction. Our sensory play involves activities that are designed to stimulate the senses of sight, sound, smell, taste, touch, sense of balance (vestibular), and the sense of where each body part is in relation to the rest of the body (proprioceptive).

Focussed Activities

Classroom, Puzzles, Games, Learning, Key-Working, Monitoring improvement in sensory processing, gross and fine motor skills, memory and cognition, through play. Musical expression is encouraged and provides a unique and entertaining dimension to sensory play. Using the TACPAC™ method we draw together touch and music in a structured 30 minute sensory session with communication between a client and a carer. This creates sensory alignment and helps with sensory impairment, developmental delay, complex learning difficulties, tactile defensiveness, and limited or pre-verbal levels of communication.

Free Activities

Art, Physical Health, Exercise, Daily Pulse Raisers (morning and afternoon) ‘Hello and Welcome’ sessions each morning, Yoga and meditation in the afternoon. Artistic creativity presents an alternative to verbal communication and its unique therapeutic quality is fostered as this can address Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), improve sensory, social and emotional functioning. Art therapy is an excellent treatment for autism because it is inherently reinforcing. Clients experience enjoyment, stress relief, and increased self-confidence from tackling art projects and by simply exploring the potential of the various artistic materials.