Partner With Us
At Autism Inclusive we believe that the best way to serve our community is to develop good relationships with other local charities, Community Interest Companies, and organisations.
This improves both our level of service to the community and also supports other groups, having a setting from which to grow and develop their own support network. If you’re interested in partnering with us, for more information about availability and rental prices, please get in touch via our contact form.
See below for those currently partnered with us:
Family Ties are specialists in child development, providing support to schools, children, teens and their families with all aspects of emotional health. This is delivered by family support work, play therapy, social work and education.
Bethany Walker and her team provide support for families whose children have complex needs. The team assists children and young people via one-to-one support to access activities in their community, better developing their sense of independence whilst offering families respite opportunities.
Mick Rimmington is an autism consultant and behavioural therapist, supporting autistic adults and children and their families. Mick provides group support, counselling, online consultancy and educational workshops such as Understanding Autism and Challenging Behaviour
Flutterbys provides support to people of all ages who are struggling with gender identity, transgender issues or anything LGBTQ+ related. Working with children, teens, families and older individuals, Flutterbys offers non-judgmental advice, empowerment and support
One of Crewe’s most established and well-known specialist schools, the Springfield Outreach Team utilise the A.I. setting on a weekly basis. The group is run specifically for those families in the local community who want to develop links with the school prior to their children being of school age.
Smart Bright delivers a host of services; EHCP and legal consultations for families, education workshops on subjects such as Anxiety, Sensory Play, Advocating for your Child, as well as Smart Bright Movers sessions for young children and families to develop parent and child relationships.
Cheshire Buddies aim to give children and young people with disabilities and their siblings new experiences to enhance their lives, develop skills and to offer opportunities to make friends.