National Autistic Society's EarlyBird Programme

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The NAS EarlyBird Programme is a three-month programme for parents/carers of a pre-school (not yet of statutory school age) child with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder. It combines group training sessions for parents with individual home visits when video feedback is used to help parents apply what they learn, whilst working with their child. The NAS EarlyBird Plus programme is designed to meet the needs of families whose child has received a later diagnosis (four-eight years) and is in Early Years or Key Stage One provision. It 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 team offering EarlyBird has been trained and licensed to deliver EarlyBird and EarlyBird Plus programmes by the NAS EarlyBird Centre.

Please telephone or email the NAS EarlyBird Centre to find out contact details for the EarlyBird team based in this area.

Who to contact

01226 779 218 01226 779 218
NAS EarlyBird Programme
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Autistic Spectrum Condition


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