Support we offer
We offer specialist parenting support to families of children and young people with Special Needs and/or Disabilities in Berkshire.
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If you’re unable to find the support you need, please contact us.
AutismThe Autism Service offers a series of workshops and courses for parent/carers who have children or young people who are pre- and post- assessment for Autism.
ADHDThe ADHD Service offers a series of workshops and support groups for all parent/carers who have children or young people of any age who are pre- and post-assessment with ADHD.
Trauma and Attachment Service (TAS)A specialist service for children and families affected by development trauma and professionals who work with and support them.
SleepThe Sleep Service primarily provides sleep support and advice to parent/carers of children and teenagers with additional needs.
Parenting ProgrammesThe Parenting Service offers a wide range of courses and workshops for families of children and young people with special needs for parent/carers both pre- and post-assessment.
Diagnosis Support and Helpline ServiceThe Diagnosis Support & Helpline Service offers one to one support, signposting and information to families who have recently received a diagnosis for their child/young person or are awaiting an assessment.
Commissioning PSC ServicesIf you're looking for training for parents, foster carers or family members on any aspect of understanding or parenting children with a range of additional needs and/or disabilities, including looked-after and previously looked-after children, we can help you.
Training for PractitionersParenting Special Children offers a number of topic-based workshops to professionals working with children and young people with special needs.
Family EventsParenting Special Children is running a number of events for Berkshire families of children and young people with additional needs and/or disabilities.
Support GroupsPSC has set up a number of support groups in response to feedback about the lack of ongoing support available, and subsequent feelings of isolation experienced by many of our families.