"Thanks for giving our child a better chance in life."
"As a parent I leave Puzzle Centre with a real confidence for the future."
"The paediatrician recommended Puzzle as the 'gold standard'. He was right."
"Every aspect of the service is tailored to meet the children's unique requirements."
"You gave us hope and support when we needed it."
"The quality of teaching is nothing less than inspirational."
"Finding Puzzle was the best thing that has happened to us."
"It's not just the child who attends Puzzle, it's the whole family"
"Communication exchanges between parents, carers and other professionals are exceptional."
Education, support and research for early years autism
Puzzle Centre Charity
The Puzzle Centre charity promotes and delivers early intervention for young children with autism or similar communication difficulties; provides training and outreach to families and practitioners throughout the UK.
Our mission is to ensure that every preschool aged child with autism, or similar communication needs, is offered prompt, appropriate and high quality education, therapy and support.
We can support you and your children via one or more of our services.
Specialist early intervention nursery, Buckinghamshire (from ages 2-5 years)
PASS – Puzzle Assessment and Support Service to families across the UK (from birth to 11 years) helping them in the home through SCERTS, Speech & Language Therapy and Occupational Therapy.
The term Early Intervention is used to refer to a wide range of different approaches and programmes which aim to foster and enhance development in very young children.
At Puzzle we use an innovative educational model for working with children with autism and their families called SCERTS. It targets the most significant challenges faced by children with autism and their families and is accomplished through family-professional partnerships and family-centred care. The SCERTS Model collaborators: Barry Prizant, Amy Wetherby, Emily Rubin, and Amy Laurent, have training in Speech-Language Pathology, Special Education, Behavioural and Developmental Psychology, Occupational Therapy and Family-Centred Practice.
You can view Emily Rubin giving a brief introduction to SCERTS here.
Friday 11th November 9.30 am -1.00pm – Aylesbury £35.00 (Parent discount available) This workshop is suitable for SENDCO’s, Teachers, early years educators, learning support assistants, Healthcare professionals new to paediatrics and those interested in finding out more about the impact of sensory processing on participation, learning and behavior. This course will help you to understand why and how sensory processing differences affect a child’s participation, learning and behaviour. You will be given an overview of sensory processing theory and behavioural indicators which may suggest sensory processing differences as well as strategies to support children with these differences. Course Outline: To Read More
On Sunday 18th September 2016, Puzzle Centre will be holding its very first Scooterhon at Willen Lake in Milton Keynes and we’d love for you to join us. We want as many little legs as possible to Push along for Puzzle and help us raise much-needed funds to support our work with children who have autism and other communication difficulties. Please click here for a Scooterthon 2016 Entry Form If you’d like to take part, please complete and return the bottom half of the form along with your registration fee to Anna Saunders at our office in Winslow.
The #ILoveSmallCharities social media Competition Help us win £150 in the #ILoveSmallCharities competition You can help us to win £150 in this year’s #ILoveSmallCharities Small Charity Week competitions just by posting a message on Facebook, or Twitter The charity that gets the most messages of support on each social media channel wins a £150 donation. It’s really easy to enter your message. 1. Take a photo of yourself holding up a poster with the following text: “I love (charity name) because (why you love us)”. 2. Upload the photo to either Twitter, or Facebook For Twitter entries Tweet your photo message, Read More