Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, of course. The first meeting is very informal and is just to chat about our support and how we can help you, and to find out a little about what support you may require. If it helps to bring someone with you then this is not a problem.

No, our service is based on individual needs. We welcome individuals who have a formal diagnosis but also those who just need a little extra help towards employment but don’t have any diagnosis.

Our support services are available remotely, right across the UK. Our face to face support currently covers South Yorkshire, Wakefield, North Yorkshire. We also offer remote support throughout the UK. However, if you are looking for one off support, training or consultancy then we are able to cover most areas from within the UK. Please contact us with details of what you are looking for and we will let you know if we can help.

No, we deliver our services in local areas or online via video calls. Speak to us about how we can support you where you live.

Yes, we can offer support in the workplace as well as advice, guidance and training to individuals in work regardless of how long you have worked in your current role.

Most of our support is on a one to one basis, however we do have some group support available. All our support is tailored to your individual needs. Speak to us to find out more.

Yes, we have support that we can offer that is not dependant on benefits. Contact us to discuss your specific circumstances. Some of our programmes depend on eligibility criteria or may incur a small fee depending on your circumstances.

Yes, we work with individuals of all abilities and experience levels.

Yes, we support individuals with a range of disabilities not just autism. Our support is person centred and is based on you and your barriers, not based solely on autism.

No, our support is focused on individual action plans, our aim is to work with you to identify barriers to employment and support you to overcome these. This could be confidence, self esteem, identifying skills and strengths, securing or identifying work placements / volunteering, identifying courses to aid with skill development as well as employability skills.

Yes, our support is tailored to your needs, helping you to manage and understand your anxieties will ultimately help you to improve confidence and move closer towards paid employment.

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