NAS Early Bird Plus Programme
Kestrel House are excited to announce that during the summer term they will be offering the NAS Early Bird Plus programme for parents whose child has received a later diagnosis of an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and is aged 4-8 and in Early Years or Key Stage One provision.
The programme addresses the needs of both home and school settings by training parents/carers together with a professional who is working regularly with their child, the aim being that a child will be given consistent support. We work to build both parents’ and professionals’ confidence and encourage them to problem solve together.
To book your place on the course or for more information Contact Lina Leandro, Parent Liaison Officer, on 020 8348 8500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sleep Scotland Clinics
Studies have shown that of the 500,000 people on the autistic spectrum in the UK most have some sort of sleep problems. Over a third of them suffer from serious sleep problems that are debilitating for their families, partners and carers. There are currently not a lot of services offered to parents of children with sleep problems.
The aim of the Sleep Scotland clinic at Kestrel House is to provide support for children diagnosed with Autism who have serious sleep problems. The clinics work by appointment only. Our Kestrel House team will work from a multi-professional team approach. We are currently undergoing special training that will qualify us as Sleep Councilors and enable us to provide the service. Families attending our clinics are introduced to various techniques including behavioral modification, sleep history and sleep diaries. These are used to look at existing sleep problems and improve sleep patterns.
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