Therapy and Specialist Support (Together Trust)
We work collaboratively across a range of settings including special educational needs (SEN) and mainstream schools, social and residential services, to provide wrap around and coordinated support directly to children and young people and to those who support them (parents, carers, teachers, service staff).
This could include specialist and diagnostic assessments, consultative and MDT input and bespoke care planning strategies, 1:1 and group therapy, integrated whole school/ organisational approaches and upskilling, alongside a fully integrated clinical offering.
Our multidisciplinary team comprises:
- Speech & Language Therapists
- Occupational Therapists
- Specialist Teachers
- Positive Behaviour Support Practitioners and Board-Certified Behaviour Analysts (BCBA)
- Sleep Specialists
- Educational and Clinical Psychology
- Play Therapists
- Counsellors and Psychotherapists
We collaborate with schools to support pupils with autism, social communication needs, SEMH needs and behaviours of concern.
We offer bespoke support for pupils during transition, exam preparation and understanding diagnosis.
Our experienced team offer a wide range of therapy and training programmes, available to professionals.
We offer bespoke input for children and young people in a variety of settings; and universal advice for the wider community in which they live and learn. We can provide assessments, 1 to 1 and group therapy, programmes of support and written reports.
Our therapy packages are individualised to meet the needs and interests of the child or young person. We aim to work collaboratively with families and professionals across health, education and social care sectors to provide the best possible service for our young people.
We host monthly coffee mornings for parents/carers of young people with autism/social-communication needs – an opportunity to liaise with professionals and to meet and share information with other parents/carers
We hold virtual webinars covering a range of topics
Our sleep team provide group workshops and bespoke intervention for families.
For Businesses and Private Organisations:
With expertise in supporting individuals with Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders, we also work with private sector organisations to develop training and strategies for professionals to ensure they can operate and deliver services in an Autism aware and friendly way.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Together Trust Centre
- SK8 1JE
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Together Trust’s central office is based in Cheadle, Stockport, however, individual family appointments and location can be arranged to suit a family’s needs. We work in a variety of settings including the child’s home, nursery, school, college and social care service.
- Associated Cost
- Referral not required
- Referral Details
We welcome contact from parents/carers and professionals who are interested in any of our services, as it gives us the opportunity to explain more about ourselves and to answer any questions that you may have.
- Other notes
Together Trust is a charity that has been operating for over 140 years. With experience, comes excellence. We believe that everyone deserves an equal chance in life and everyone has the ability and right to experience joy, safety, happiness and hope. By providing specialist education, care and community services to children, young people and adults, the Together Trust aims to do everything in its power to make that happen.
We can provide assessment, ongoing therapy, advice and support for children and young people with autism, specific learning difficulties and other speech, language and communication needs.
We also deliver bespoke training and workshops for parents, carers and professionals, covering topics such as
- Understanding autism
- Strategies to support communication
- Sensory processing strategies
- Supporting Siblings
- Managing Anger
- Sensory differences and ASC
Our therapists can support individuals with a wide range of conditions and needs and our therapy packages are personalised to meet the needs and interests of each individual.
We have regular drop in sessions and workshops where you can meet other parents, listen to experienced speakers and borrow books from our extensive library.