Daisy Chain family support service offer support to young people aged 0-18 years and families of those affected by a neurodevelopmental condition including, autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, sensory processing differences. The service is open to those pre, during and post diagnosis. 

Please continue to signpost families to our service. The link below will take families to our online enquiry form. If a family is unable to complete this form they can directly email family.support@daisychainproject.co.uk to ask for support. 

https://www.daisychainproject.co.uk/telephone-support-service-covid-19

The support offered by the service is below (this is not an exhaustive list):

  • Regular telephone check ins. 
  • 1:1 bookable telephone appointments to offer information and advice. 
  • Support with understanding your child’s needs. 
  • Advice and guidance around understanding and managing communicative behaviour. 
  • The team are able to create personalised visuals and structured timetables. 
  • Sensory strategies and advice. 
  • Signposting and referring to wider services and support. 

If families making the first contact is a barrier, with their permission please email the family.support email address with the families details and a brief description of the support needed and staff will make contact with the family first. 

We are also here to offer support and advice to professionals during the time. If you are a professional and need advice around supporting a family with a neurodevelopmental condition please contact us on family.support@daisychainproject.co.uk

Daisy Chain NHS Booklet 4pg A5-2

Daisy Chain Services brochure Oct 19

Autism Telephone Support Service

Telephone Support Service – 0800 031 5445Our Family Support Team are on hand to help with:* Crisis support* Personalised family support* Young person/adult support and wellbeing service* Signposting* Bespoke visual resourcesThis free service is open to young people, adults and families in the Tees Valley affected by autism, sensory processing differences and ADHD.You are able to access the service if you are pre, during or post diagnosis.

Posted by Daisy Chain on Tuesday, 21 April 2020

 

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