|Llanfyllin and Llanfair Caereinion||Sheela Hughes||Llanfyllin Youth & Community Centre|
|Newtown and Llanidloes||Jessica Perkins||PAVO Offices – Newtown|
|Newtown and Montgomery||Diane Jones||PAVO Offices – Newtown|
|Welshpool||Rebecca Henderson||Welshpool Hospital|
Children’s Services Practitioner ( Monday to Friday )
Action for Children,
Newtown Integrated Family Centre,
Why have we developed an Integrated Autism Service?
Because autistic individuals, parents and carers told us they needed more support. They told us they can’t access services because they don’t meet the eligibility criteria. They told us they wanted support with:
- Behaviour issues
- Emotional issues such as anxiety and anger
- Developing social and daily living skills
- Accessing leisure and recreational activities
We learned that autistic adults and children and their family’s lives are severely affected because they can’t access the correct support, that many can’t leave the house on a daily basis and that parents and carers feel highly stressed.
I am the 14 + and adult’s with learning disabilities physiotherapist for North Powys. I see children who have physiotherapy needs aged 14 and above. Those children who are already under a paediatric physiotherapist will be handed over to my care as they approach 14 years old and transit into adult services.
I work four days a week and am based in Machynlleth but also spend a proportion of my time at our office in Newtown, at Ynys Y Plant , where it is best to contact me on (01686 61) 7465