Autism Services

We specialise in working with autistic people, their families and businesses. We may be one of the only small companies in this area that have a mentor who is themselves autistic. Both amongst our staff and our company owners.


If you are an employee or an employer and are having issues in the work place we can help you to understand the different ways of processing information, spoken and written. The needs of the autistic and the non-autistic can be different but can also be easily understood and accommodated. In fact, the autistic neurology can be a company asset if approached appropriately.


As a parent of or a child of an autistic person we can help you understand their behaviors and differences. For instance, do you know what stimming or masking is? All humans do this but us autistics, especially if you are female, are the supreme masters of these.


If you are, or thinking of becoming an university student and you think you maybe or are medically diagnosed as autistic then we can help you. This includes applying for Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) through Student Finance England (SFE).  This also applies, no matter what your age, if you do not qualify for Student Finance.

Case Studies

MJ – Family of Autistic Student

Jane and Joyce have been working with my son T, since September 2019, supporting him in his studies. Building a good working relationship with T is key to a successful outcome, and initially I was a little concerned how weekly support would work as previously he had 1:1 support for a large proportion of the time. My worries were needless as both Jane and Joyce worked hard to build a rapport with Tom that has seen him grow in confidence in his work,  and really look forward to his sessions, which recently due to the lockdown have been all via zoom. Even this didn’t phase T and he has continued to work with them through the summer. This summer work has involved Jane devising an individual working plan based on his dissertation brief, that has included reviewing articles, and visiting relevant online exhibitions and museums together and discussing them. He would never have been able to organise himself to do this without Jane’s support. He is now in an excellent position to continue his dissertation when university recommences. Joyce plays a very different, yet equally important role in T’s support. T loves to talk, but does find social interaction challenging, and frustrating. Having a special person who understands how he thinks to have a good old chat with has been perfect for T. He has been able to talk about things that have been worrying him, such as an acquaintance passing away. All in all the support provided by Jane and Joyce has been invaluable. Thank you very much.