The aim of our service is to offer assessment, diagnosis and comprehensive treatment and care for people with a diagnosis of an autistic spectrum disorder. And to provide information and support to their families if required. We would work towards improving the experience and quality of life of children, young people and those who care for them.
We acknowledge that services for Autism are very fragmental in the country and people after the diagnosis, find a lack of support for them and their families.
We have developed a “one stop service” where assessment, diagnosis and treatment as well as an opportunity to use these skills with peers and in public with support from the staff here is offered. We use a biological-psychological-social model to look at all the aspects of the Autism including mental health, social skills and well-being.