Bucks Links

Website of the South Bucks Branch of the National Autistic Society, with links to local resources
South Bucks PDA Support Group
The South Bucks PDA Group is a group set up by a local Mum with a diagnosed child of PDA, as meeting people who understood or had heard about the condition was very difficult. The group can't promise to solve your problems but, sharing experiences, knowing you are not alone and hearing positive stories could be just what you need.

Email PDAgroup@harveys-home.me.uk for details
Listing, on Bucks Family info website, of help in Bucks for children and young people from 0 to 25 with special educational needs and disabilities

Bucks ARPS and Special Schools listing

Bucks County Council website providing an overview of the services offered by the Bucks SEND department as part of the work they do with parents, childrens’ schools and social care
Website for Buckinghamshire Special Educational Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support (SEND IAS) Service (formerly Parent Partnership).

SEND IAS is able to provide children and young people with SEN or disabilities, and their parents, with information, advice and support. This service is free, confidential, impartial and at arm’s length from Buckinghamshire County Council.

FACT Bucks is a group of parents and professionals who meet to discuss real issues that affect children and young people with additional needs and disabilities in Buckinghamshire.

Also has a listing of events which may be of interest to parents of children with additional needs.

An online resource for adults with autism.

Autism Bucks aim to Inspire, involve and inform all of us who are challenged by the autistic condition and come into contact with the the autistic community in the county of Buckinghamshire and beyond.

Bucks Activity Project provides a variety of fun services for local children. Whether your child prefers from small groups to larger events in the community, they can meet their needs.

A South Bucks support group for parents and carers of children with ADHD, Autistic Spectrum Disorder & Challenging Behaviour.

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