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Post-Assessment Support

Register to attend one of our workshops if you are looking to network with ASD professionals or parents of children with autism. We are here to provide support and guidance.

Following an assessment and a positive diagnosis of ASD, it can be difficult to know what to do next. At Wellbeing, we offer workshops to connect you with other parents, children, and ASD professionals who can help you to navigate the next steps on your journey. These post-assessment autism support workshops vary in size and scope depending on your requirements and the age of your child.

Workshops for parents include topics such as:

  • Meeting sensory needs
  • Managing anger
  • Emotional regulation
  • Speech for delayed speakers

These sessions provide a safe environment with the opportunity to ask questions and share your concerns in an open forum, or with a therapist in a one to one session if you prefer. You can speak with guest experts and arrange to bring along other professionals who work with your child such as a TA or support worker. In our group sessions, our goal is to build a supportive community where you are grouped with parents and children at a similar age / stage.

We are constantly looking to improve our services, particularly in the field of autism support and post-assessment information to promote your understanding of how to help your child thrive. If you have any suggestions of particular concerns you would like to see covered, or feel that your child would benefit from a certain topic, we would love to hear from you. We endeavour to address any gaps in our provision to give the best possible support. If you are an Essex resident, Essex County Council also signpost to local support sessions, including events, on their website.


Pricing & Appointment Information

Post-Assessment Therapist Session (One to one) - £125, 60 mins

This workshop will last for an hour, and will be an individual appointment with you and/or your child, and one of our therapists. These can take place in person, or through a virtual platform for your convenience.

Should you need to cancel for any reason, a refund will be offered if we are informed 7 or more days prior to the appointment. However, there will be a cancellation fee of £50 which will be deducted from your refund total. We must be notified of all cancellations no later than 48 hours before the appointment. All cancellations made within 48 hours of the session will not be offered a refund. This includes non-attendance on the day.

Post-Assessment Therapist Workshop (Group) - £125, 90 mins

We run our group autism support workshops with a minimum number of four families, and a maximum number of six families, to ensure that all attendees have the opportunity for their questions to be addressed. These workshops run in face-to-face settings with two therapists present, as well as virtual options to meet online. These sessions are a great opportunity to connect with parents and children going through similar experiences.

Should you need to cancel for any reason, a refund will be offered if we are informed 7 or more days prior to the appointment. However, there will be a cancellation fee of £50 which will be deducted from your refund total. We must be notified of all cancellations no later than 48 hours before the appointment. All cancellations made within 48 hours of the workshop will not be offered a refund. This includes non-attendance on the day.

If they are taking place in person, our workshops are provided at Stapleford House in Chelmsford. Please enquire for more details about upcoming dates and topics.

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Meet our team

Emma Lindsey  Speech and Language Therapist
Emma is a Speech and Language Therapist at Wellbeing.
Ruth Brannigan  Occupational Therapist
Ruth qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 2000 and has specialised working in Paediatrics since 2002.
Charlotte Preston  Occupational Therapist
After qualifying as an Occupational Therapist in 2005, Charlotte initially spent time gaining core skills on a rotation between hospital wards and the community before specialising in Community Paediatrics.
Morag Best  Occupational Therapist
Morag specialises in the area of attachment and developmental trauma and is currently training as a Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapist.
Natasha Spong  Speech and Language Therapist
Natasha graduated with an MSc in Speech and Language Therapy from University of Essex and has worked with Provide CIC ever since.
Polly Larkin  Speech and Language Therapist
Polly qualified as a Speech and Language Therapist in 1996 after completing her BSc (Hons) in Birmingham, and returned to Essex in 2014 to work for Provide CIC.
Catherine Hudson  Occupational Therapist
Catherine has worked as an Occupational Therapist within the NHS for 32 years, with young people of all ages and a range of needs.
Alix Willmore  Speech and Language Therapist
Alix works with a wide range of children both in the NHS and independent practice, in special needs and mainstream schools.
Hayley Foster  Speech and Language Therapist
Hayley has worked with children, young people and adults with a range of communication needs including Autism and the Criminal Justice System.
Louise Pearce  Speech and Language Therapist
Louise specialises in working with children and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Developmental Language Disorder (DLD).
Hannah Westwood  Lead Occupational Therapist
Hannah has been working as an Occupational Therapist since 2006, supporting children and adults with physical and learning disabilities. She helps to spearhead service development at Wellbeing.
Amy Bignell  Lead Speech and Language Therapist
Amy has worked as a Speech and Language Therapist since 2007 across a range of clinical settings, special schools and mainstream schools. She helps to spearhead service development at Wellbeing.
Dr Amin Band  Lead Consultant Neurodevelopmental Paediatrician
Dr Band is a Senior Neurodevelopmental Paediatrician and Lead Paediatrician in devising integrated pathways for Autism and ADHD in Mid Essex.
Dr Geetha Kugan  Consultant Neurodevelopmental Paediatrician
Dr Kugan is trained in ASD assessments and has been lead clinician for Provide CIC's Community Paediatric service since 2010.
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