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AUTISM-ASITIS

My name is Caroline Seyedi and I have just launched new autism services in Bristol. I am based in North Bristol but will travel to other parts of Bristol and beyond. Parents whose children are at school and have autism can access services for support,…
Telephone:
07711 162 122

Autistic Spectrum Support Group

Autistic Spectrum Support Group Held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday in the month. Come along and tell us what facilities you need and meet others who may have answers. Save yourself valuable time and energy! For more details contact 01934 411 843.    …
Telephone:
01934 411 843

Banwell, Winscombe and Sandford Children's Centre

 Banwell, Winscombe & Sandford Children's Centre Please be aware that although services will continue to be provided at Banwell, Winscombe and Sandford Children's Centre, it will no longer be staffed. If you have an enquiry please contact any of the other 3 Children's Centres in…

Behaviour Strategies for children in the Early Years with delayed language/learning

This workshop helps you to consider the child’s level of understanding and what their behaviour is telling you. Strategies and tools will be shared to support children with communication delay in your setting.
Telephone:
01275 341 113

Benefits & Support (B&S)

Benefits & Support Services that work for you - Graham Campbell  Contact mobile: 07305 834 113    I am a housing and benefits specialists with over 10 years of experence in North Somerset and I am able offer a wide range of help & support including: AVAILABLE SERVICES: HomeChoice…
Telephone:
07305 834 113
01934 221 132

bibic - British Institute for Brain Injured Children

bibic is a national charity that offers assessments for children and young people with developmental difficulties. Our therapists complete the assessments over a two day period which concludes with an individualised therapy programme that is demonstrated and given to the family. A through report follows within…
Telephone:
01458 253 344

Blind Children UK

Blind Children UK is the leading charity for children and young people with sight loss. We help children and their families tackle the challenges of young sight loss so that they can enjoy their childhood and realise their potential as adults. We believe that no…
Telephone:
0800 7811 444

Brainwave

Brainwave- Registered charity number 1073238 Brainwave is a charity that aims to improve children’s mobility, communication skills, and learning potential, through a range of educational and physical therapies. Children are assessed over 2 days by the team of physiotherapists and educational therapists to develop a…
Telephone:
01278 429 089

Brandon Trust Supported Living - Bristol and North Somerset

Supporting and enabling people to live the lives they choose. Brandon Trust exists to improve lifestyles, opportunities and deliver greater independence for people with learning disabilities. At heart we are about places to live, life skills, jobs and educational opportunities for individuals. We believe everyone is…
Telephone:
01934 521 388

Bridging the Gap Together! is Young People, Parents, Carers and Professionals Working Together

Friday, 17th September 2021
We are an independent Community Interest Company, our aim is to provide a wide range of workshops for parents/carers of children as well as young people with complex needs or disabilities, this could include mental health needs, learning difficulties, and/or on the Autistic Spectrum.
Telephone:
07976 574 111
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