The team at Autism Early Support was established to meet the needs of young children with autism or communication difficulties as well as provide support, training and guidance to those who teach and care for them.
The expert team at Autism Early Support have a wealth of knowledge, both educational and therapeutic in the field of Autism and communication difficulties.
Their bios will enable you to read more about the skills that each member of this team brings.
Find out more here.
Circle Centre Staff
The team at Circle Centre Nursery consists of Specialist Teachers, Occupational and Speech & Language Therapists and Learning Assistants all skilled in supporting children with autism and communication difficulties. Headed up by our Head of Children’s Services, the nursery team work on a ratio of 1:1 with small groups of children at the setting enabling them to support their individual needs.
At AES the nursery and outreach team(s) are joined by a small team of support staff. This team are responsible for Finance, Fundraising, admin support to the nursery and outreach teams, as well as areas such as HR, IT, operations and marketing.
Our Board of Trustees has responsibility for both developing and guiding the strategic direction of AES, and ensuring the activities and policies support the achievement of our charitable objects and purposes. Our current Board consists of 9 Trustees who all devote their time to us voluntarily. Click here to find out more about the profile of each of our Trustees
“Early intervention for young children with autism is crucial and the work going on at the Centre is truly fantastic! It is indeed a flagship setting for the under-fives and their national training and outreach programmes are in demand. I met with the staff and some of the parents and was encouraged to hear about the impact it has on their children and families. I am delighted to be joining this team and look forward to supporting their work.”
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