Options West London Community College
Options West London Community College is a well-established, independent living and life skills provision for adults on the autism spectrum. We offer individualised programmes which are designed to meet the complex needs of each of our students, as well as to increase their sense of personal independence.
We adopt a person-centred approach by identifying very specific areas of support required for each one of our students and then engineering a timetable specifically tailored to meet their individual needs. Timetables currently include sessions such as cookery, social skills, vocational skills and personal hygiene. We endeavour to equip our students with a skill set to lead as independent a life as possible; these can be things that you may take for granted like making a cup of tea, or something more complicated such as finding employment.
To make a referral, please contact 01789 767800, option 1 and the referrals team would be happy to help and advise.
- Referral required?
- Age Range
- Additional Information
- All staff are DBS checked, all have references. We have achieved the gold investors in people award. Staff have all mandatory training as well as training in Makaton, PECs, Attention Autism, Lego Therapy, AET, Intensive Interaction, a wide range of NVQ’s and QCF’s in Health and Social Care from level 2 - 5 to Management, ILM awards. The College are also able to offer Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language, Counselling, Key Working, Work Experience, Yoga and Dance Therapy.
How we support SEND
- SEND Details
We provide specialist person centred support for young people diagnosed on the autism spectrum, with a bespoke programme based around the needs and wants of each individual to help each person realise their potential and aspirations.
We have ramps for access for wheelchair users, at one site we have a stair lift, hand rails are fitted on each staircase too.
Where to go
- Name of venue
- Options West London Community College
- Venue address
The Courtyard Campus
Who to contact
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