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Petra's Place Therapy Centres (for pre-school children with autism and developmental delay)

Support offered for children with special educational needs and disabilities

Early intervention support with children from 18 months to 5 years with autism and/or developmental delay with their parents or carers.

Warm and welcoming highly skilled multi disciplinary therapy team 

We offer PACT Sessions (Paediatric Autism Communication Therapy), JASPER - (Joint Attention- Symbolic Play-Engagement-Regulation), Social Thinking and Communication Groups,  EYFS Informed Play and Learning Groups, School Readiness Groups. We have specially designed our programmes to incorporate key elements of the  Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum. Additionally we offer  Art Therapy, Music Therapy, Play sessions, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy. We offer 1:1, parent and child, small and large group support and therapy. We offer EHCP consultation and support for parents and carers.

We also offer training, support and consultation for professionals.

Service details

Who needs to make the referral?
We welcome self referral and professional referrals. We are able to offer initial consultations and assessments within a week of referral. Interventions are recommended in accordance with need. Therapies and programmes can be offered in as little as 5 days following assessment. 
Age Range
18 months - 5 years
Cost(s)
Amount Cost Type
85 Per Session
120 Per Lesson
Additional Information

All staff have internal safeguarding training, working with differently abled children training, safeguard recruitment training. All staff have full enhanced DBS refreshed annually. Staff have received safe equipment training, follow pan London guideline and working together to safeguard children 2018 legislation. All staff are professionally trained and qualified in a range of therapy disciplines including: Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Art Therapy, Music Therapy. Staff have also received training for helping children with autism and/or developmental delay. Most are HCPC registered.

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Early intervention support with children from 18 months to 5 years with autism and/or developmental delay with their parents or carers.

Warm and welcoming highly skilled multi disciplinary therapy team 

We offer PACT Sessions (Paediatric Autism Communication Therapy), JASPER - (Joint Attention- Symbolic Play-Engagement-Regulation), Social Thinking and Communication Groups,  EYFS Informed Play and Learning Groups, School Readiness Groups. We have specially designed our programmes to incorporate key elements of the  Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum. Additionally we offer  Art Therapy, Music Therapy, Play sessions, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy. We offer 1:1, parent and child, small and large group support and therapy. We offer EHCP consultation and support for parents and carers.

We also offer training, support and consultation for professionals.

Environment

The staff receive specialised training for autism and developmental delay.

All staff are professionally trained and qualified in a range of therapy disciplines including: Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Art Therapy, Music Therapy. Staff have also received training for helping children with autism and/or developmental delay. Most are HCPC registered.

The premises are wheelchair accessible with a disabled toilet, and changing bench. 

Where to go

Name of venue
Petra's Place
Venue address
262 Fulham Road
London
Greater London
Postcode
SW10 9EL

Who to contact

Name
Mary Rose Brady
Telephone
020 8150 8180
Email
reception@petrasplace.co.uk
Website
petrasplace.co.uk
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