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  4. Spectrum autism support for children and young people

Spectrum autism support for children and young people

Spectrum helps autistic children and young people (aged 0 to 19 years) to join in with activities in their community.

What Spectrum offer

Spectrum offers support in five key areas (examples of possible Skills Award modules):

Friendships and social skills

  • Making, maintaining and repairing friendships
  • Exploring social skills
  • Building positive relationships
  • Self-awareness
  • Social meet-ups

Inclusive activities

  • Supported engagement in an after-school club
  • Community activity engagement
  • Saturday club engagement
  • Knowing and exploring my local area and community


  • Travel training for secondary school or college
  • Travel training in my community
  • Using money
  • Keeping myself in my community
  • Building my confidence to take the next step

Identify and self-care

  • Health and hygiene
  • Healthy routines
  • Understanding changes to me and my body
  • Social media and safety online
  • Understanding myself and my identity

Exploring emotions

  • Understanding my emotions
  • Exploring my emotions through drawing and talking
  • Zones of regulation
  • Self-awareness and awareness of others
  • Exploring my anxieties and worries

Get support from Spectrum

Parent and carers can self-refer directly to this service using the Spectrum referral form.

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