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ASD and Sensory

Introduction to Sensory processing   WHAT IS SENSORY PROCESSING? Sensory processing refers to how we use the information provided by all of the senses within our body and from our environments, how we interpret this information and respond to it. All the information is received,…

ASD Provision

The Royal Borough of Greenwich has a range of specialist provision for children and young people with an ASD, including:   1.    The ASD Outreach Service   The ASD Outreach Service supports both mainstream schools and families to ensure that children with autistic spectrum disorders…

Autism and Mental Health

Mental Health and ASD ASD is not a mental health condition itself, but people with a diagnosis of ASD can be affected by mental health conditions, just like everyone else. Autism and mental health (youngminds.org.uk)   How common are mental health problems in people with…

Discussing Diagnosis

Does your child know about Autism? Are you considering tell them about their diagnosis? There are many resources available to support discussion about Autism with children of all ages. This should be a positive experience for both the child and the parent/ carer. The National…

Early Years SEND Keyworker (0-3) - additional resources and information

Some parents need a helping hand to find the right care for their child who may have complex disabilities. Children aged between birth - 3 years who have complex disabilities, may be entitled to receive our support to arrange and coordinate services across health and…

How to access the ASD Outreach service

  1. HOW DO YOU GET IN TOUCH WITH US?   The ASD Outreach team are based at Kings Park School: Newhaven School – King’s Park Campus Eltham Palace Road, Eltham, LONDON SE9 5LX   Telephone: 0208 921 3311 E mail: ASD-Outreach@royalgreenwich.gov.uk   2. WHO CAN…

Post-16 and Autism Spectrum Disorder

POST 16 and ASD Post 16 in Royal Greenwich   Do I need to carry on with my studies now I am 16 years old? The law says that you must stay in education or training until you are 18. When you turn 16 you…

Transition support for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Preparations for transition to secondary school begins in year 5 for children with an ASD and continues through to year 7.   The support is provided by Wendy Jones, ASD Outreach Transition Coordinator. During year 5 transition needs are identified and targets set to prepare…