Supporting families in Hertfordshire
We are a Hertfordshire based charity supporting families of children and young people who are on the Autistic Spectrum (ASD), have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or other neurodiverse conditions.
Whether you think your child may be autistic or have ADHD, are going through the diagnostic process, or have already received a diagnosis you are in safe hands.
We have been running since 2007 and we became a registered charity in 2017. We are staffed by an incredibly hard-working and enthusiastic team of parents and carers and are passionate about supporting our Hertfordshire families. Everything we do is designed to help you navigate local services, build confidence, share knowledge and enjoy social opportunities and activities where you, your children and young people can ‘be themselves’.
For parents and carers
We run groups and activities throughout Hertfordshire – providing advice, support and friendship!
Launched in conjunction with specialist Speech and Language Therapist Sam Amos, who has a clinical specialism in children with neurodevelopmental disabilities, our SPACE to Connect programme of workshops is designed specifically to help children aged approximately 11-14 years who have social communication difficulties. The programme has been launched in response to feedback from SPACE families … Continue reading SPACE launches new social communications workshops
SPACE hit the headlines for all the right reasons this weekend when MyCroxleyNews reported on the success of our fantastic graffiti session, hosted by The Red House pub in Croxley Green with graffiti artist Lee. SPACE is the Red House’s charity of the year this year and we are so grateful for their support. A … Continue reading SPACE’s graffiti event hits the headlines