Autism Together Children and Family Service | Supporting children, young people and their families, helping them understand autism & social and communication difficulties.
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Autism Together’s Children and Family Service focuses on providing autism-specific services for children, young people and their families, helping them understand autism and social and communication difficulties.

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Short breaks

Short Break activity clubs and friendship groups are funded by Wirral council. The groups are for children and young people aged 8-18.

Parent workshops

A range of courses for parents and carers who would like more information about autism and how to access support.

Sibling support

Supported by our friends at BBC Children in Need these sessions are aimed at helping siblings develop an understanding of autism.

Rainbow stay and play

Sessions for families with children under 8 years old who have social communication difficulties or a diagnosis of autism spectrum condition (ASC).

Siblings under 8 years old are also welcome to attend.

Useful links

Links to website that support, inform and expand your knowledge about autism and social communication difficulties.

The experience

We have gathered a selection of tools to help visitors when they first arrive at the Children and Family Service.

Information for Parents

This is a guide for parents with young children who have recently been diagnosed with an autistic spectrum disorder, or who are in the process of getting a diagnosis.

Child Protection Policy, Procedure and Guidelines

Autism Together believes in keeping children and young adults safe. Autism Together will respond promptly to any situation which may put a child’s safety and wellbeing at risk.

We have recently reviewed our Safeguarding Vunerable People policy (including children, young people and adults).

 

Autism Together

For further information on Autism Together’s activities throughout the region.

 

Our aim

To provide an outstanding, cutting-edge service to families and professionals across Wirral who are supporting children and young adults between 0-18 years of age who:

  • Have a diagnosis of autism
  • Are going through the diagnostic process
  • Have been assessed as having social and communication difficulties as their primary need