ubu recognise and provide different support packages for the people we serve across the Autism Spectrum Disorder, tailoring their support to achieve the outcomes they want.

We provide a multi-disciplinary team for each of the people we serve. Teams consist of experts and therapists with the skills to help and support autistic people. This is particularly important if their condition is associated with other complex mental health conditions, learning disabilities or personality and behavioural disorders. ubu fully understand how the people we serve are affected by problems communicating and making sense of their environments. We care, and our approach produces significant achievements for everyone. Autism is a spectrum condition and because all those with it share certain difficulties, their personal condition will affect them to differing degrees. Some people can live relatively independent lives but others may need a lifetime of specialist support. They may struggle to understand and relate to others around them so that daily family or social life is challenging. This inevitably leads to being misunderstood and a feeling of isolation.

ubu can support people to manage their condition giving ongoing access to our services and expertise focusing on education and behaviour support. We enable the people we serve with ASD to understand their behaviour and create coping strategies. We help them define their skills which allows them to be a part of their community in their own right.