Our extensive range of services
At Autism EPIC we work to help young children to increase their understanding of the world and teach them some skills to improve their interaction and communication skills with peers, parents and the extended family.
We put great emphasis on developing our children’s independence skills. In order to do all of this, we work with parents, carers and settings very closely.
Developing the child's Social communication skills:
turn-taking, waiting, attention, focus and early ‘learning to learn such as sitting, looking, listening and following an adult directed task.
We offer support with speech and language using visual structured PECS, and time tables.
We aim to teach and empower parents/carers with early interaction skills to work with their children and develop them to their full potential. Families will be more knowledgeable about their child's needs and will be given the tools to help them; knowing there is support each week with further guidence, advice, practical strategies and tips.
New to EPIC
during the current situation were now offering our support to parents and children with zoom.
we have a variaty of topics to include:
- Zones of regulations; for children, parents and settings. Helping your child with emotiona regulation and sicial skills
- Early years support; teachingchildrenwith Autism and other develpmental delays. using practical ideas thatwork! with a combination of traching styles providing your child with a multitude of learning opportunities.
- Best ways of sharing the Diagnosis with your child
and many more....
is a program for older children and young adults.
offering life skills, cognative thinking, sharing the diagnosis,emotional regulation, anxiaty and anger managmet.
Need an individual consultation?
Simply call or text on: 07501514850 or use our contact form.
A course that will run for eight weeks. It will be two hours weekly (term time) a parent and child training course for 4-5 families, enabling us to give individually-tailored support for each child as well as the opportunity to learn and play alongside peers as part of a group setting.