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    Providing specialist education, housing and support to people with autistim, Asperger's syndrome & learning disabilities

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    We develop person centred plans to maximise service users' independence and attain their full potential

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    Our therapeutic teams help individuals to reach their learning goals

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    Providing a seal of quality and giving people peace of mind when choosing a service for a relative or friend

News & Events

Heathermount students take flight
30/11/2016

heathermount_students_take_flight-(1).jpg Students from Heathermount School in Ascot, visited Maidenhead Heritage Centre and flew a Spitfire in a flight simulator to assist with their AQA project qualification.

A novel idea from Michael
04/11/2016

autistic Male service user sitting at a typewriter in The Maples Michael, from a community house for people with autism in Welby Road, Reading, has recently had his third book published. ‘Natures Revenge’ is a story of nature’s survival when faced against the brutality of man.

Death Valley fundraising for Heathermount School
14/10/2016

Heathermount, Devenish Road, Ascot, SL5 9PG Phil Glenister from Cisco International Limited and his friend Andy Watson will set off to ride across Death Valley in California to raise money for Heathermount School, which is part of The Disabilities Trust.

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About

Autism Spectrum Partners provides a range of specialist education services, housing and support to people with autistic spectrum conditions and learning disabilities. We are committed to enabling service users to function independently, while developing their lives with dignity and respect. Our range of person-centred services is designed to meet individual needs - from small community- based registered residential housing projects to long-term care and support in purpose-built residential centres.

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Case studies

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Elizabeth Kempson moved into Bristowe Close in August, having spent two years living at Holme Oak. In her new flat she has her own kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and patio area. Her independence just keeps on growing now that she can prepare all her meals, do her own laundry and keep her space neat and tidy. She even chose the colours and furnishings for her new room.

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