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  1. Monday - Thursday 9am - 5pm and Friday 9am - 3pm

    We are the charity for people with severe learning disabilities whose behaviour challenges. We’re making a difference to the lives of children and adults across the UK through:  information about challenging behaviour peer support for family carers and professionals supporting families by phone or email running…

     0300 666 0126 0300 666 0126
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  2. Independent, non-residential school

    Chilworth House School offers a unique curriculum for the development of social and emotional skills for children with Special Educational Needs.  It is an independent, specialist day school in Oxfordshire for boys and girls aged 5 to 11 with complex educational needs, communication difficulties and challenging…

    Thame RoadNr WheatleyOxfordshireOX33 1JP

     01844 339077 01844 339077  015395 66081 015395 66081
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  3. Chilworth House Upper School is a co-educational, independent specialist day school, providing high quality education for boys and girls. Based in Wheatley on the outskirts of Oxford, the school meets the needs of a diverse group of pupils with complex educational needs, communication difficulties and…

    Grooms FarmThame RoadWheatleyOxfordOxfordshireOX33 1JP

     01844 337720 01844 337720
  4. Mulberry Bush School

    Local Offer
    Termly residential school

    A specialist school for traumatised children with challenging behaviour, attachment disorder and multiple placement breakdowns. A not-for-profit charity with the vision of transforming troubled lives. Mulberry is a residential school for vulnerable children from all over the UK. Ofsted URN: SC013039

    Abingdon RoadStandlakeWitneyOxfordshireOX29 7RW

     01865 300202 01865 300202
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  5. Available all year

    The OXSIT are a team of  Inclusion Consultants working across the county in all schools. The focus of the team is to support schools to improve provision and outcomes for learners vulnerable to underachievement in particular children and young people with SEN, disadvantaged pupils, EAL, those with social…

    Abbey CloseAbingdonOxfordshireOX14 3JD

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  6. Flexible timings

    Mentoring is about building a relationship which supports Young People to talk about their worries, as well as their dreams and aspirations. Unlike counselling which is focused on solely listening, mentoring offers practical strategies, positive attitudes and behaviours to empower Young People to move forward…

     07429 619657 07429 619657
  7. In 1976, armed with a single phone in a rented office, Dimensions began supporting people with learning disabilities, autism and complex needs out of institutions, helping them lead ordinary lives in their local communities. Forty years on, our work is fundamentally unchanged: we support people…

    Building 1230Arlington Business ParkThealeBerkshireRG7 4SA

     0300 303 9001 0300 303 9001
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  8. Autistic Parent Group

    Local Offer
    First Monday of the month (during term time)

    For Parents who have ASD (diagnosed or undiagnosed). An opportunity to gain support, information, friendship, and have fun. For more information please contact: vicky@afso.org.uk or claire@afso.org.uk.  Currently, the process to join the group is as follows; Attend an online group. This will allow you to…

    OX14 3RG

     01235 754700 01235 754700
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  9. The office phone is manned Mon-Wed 9am-5pm

    Autism Family Support Oxfordshire is a charity that provides support to children and young people aged 0-25 years old, with  a diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Condition(ASC), and their families; who live within Oxfordshire or access services in Oxfordshire such as schools or a GP.…

    Crabtree PlaceOff Audlett DriveAbingdonOxfordshireOX14 3GD

     01235 754700 01235 754700
    Autism Family Support Oxfordshire
  10. The offices of the Educational Psychologists are accessible Monday to Friday throughout the year. 8.30am - 5.00pm

    Educational Psychologists (EP) support the rights of children and young people. We promote equal opportunities and are sensitive to the gender, ethnic, linguistic and cultural background of the child and family as well as to the emotional well-being and developmental levels of the child. The…

    Abbey HouseAbbey CloseAbingdonOxfordshireOX14 3JD

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