BeyondAutism is a charity dedicated to ensuring every child and young adult with autism accesses an education which empowers a life full of choice, independence and opportunity. We do this through positive educational experiences, training for the people who work with them and support for their families and carers.
We run BeyondAutism schools, Independent Special Schools offering transformative specialist education for children and young adults with autism aged 4-19. Our Early Years’ service provides support for families and children aged 15 months – 5 years, while our Post-19 provision offers opportunities to young adults with autism, from the age of 19 up to 25 – preparing them for adulthood with a skillset that enables them to have choice and control.
Our Research and Learning hub is a conduit for sharing great practice, for problem solving through research and for inspiring learning across the globe. We also provide Outreach and Training for parents, carers, professionals and other schools – delivering life-changing outcomes in education settings and at home.
We are experts in educating children and young adults with autism. At BeyondAutism we are dedicated to behaviour analysis, inspired by the science of Applied Behaviour Analysis and Verbal Behaviour. We teach students and arm them with the life skills they need to live as independent a life as possible.
For more information visit beyondautism.org.uk
Early Years in Bromley is a free service for parents to attend with their children (aged 1-5). We empower parents and carers to build the essential skills, knowledge, and confidence to support their children in developing communication and language. In September we are launching a pilot nursery service open on Monday and Tuesday.
BeyondAutism Schools are independent special schools based in Wandsworth. Park House School (ages 4-11) and Tram House School (11-19) deliver transformative education teaching pupils the life skills they need to live as independently as possible.
Post-19 is an educational service for adults with autism aged 19-25. The service focuses on developing functional communication and language acquisition as well as preparing students for adulthood. By providing just enough support, we are preparing our students for their lives after education and enabling them to have choice and control over where and how they live, what they do and with whom.
We also offer Training services to parents and professionals. Our expert team are on hand to provide training face-to-face or via our online learning platform.