Our Dream

Our Dream

a building for children’s futures

The team at Caudwell Children are dedicated to investing
in the lives of disabled children and their families.




Our vision

John Caudwell – Founder & Chairman
“I have been deeply affected by the families I’ve met whose lives have been devastated by autism, and rebuilt thanks to the support of the charity. I am proud to support what is set to be a landmark development in the provision of services for the millions of people who are affected by autism on a daily basis. Caudwell Children was founded on the principle that by offering a transparent charity to donors we can provide a more efficient service to our beneficiaries. The Caudwell International Children’s Centre embodies this principle with Trudi and the team identifying the most efficient way to help as many children affected by autism as possible.

These children need our help. We need yours.”

john caudwell with disabled girl on stage
trudi hugging two girls

Our objectives

Trudi Beswick – Chief Executive
“The amount of support we have been giving families affected by autism has increased significantly over the last few years. We hope the new centre will unite the world’s leading experts on autism diagnosis and therapy and set a new standard for the UK. It is just as much about giving support to parents and families as it is the children with autism and this has shaped every part of this exciting project, from the look and feel of the building to the structure of the support programme we will offer. Our objective is to provide a gold standard clinical service and the required evidence base for autism interventions to eventually enter mainstream healthcare, giving families a brighter future following diagnosis. The children we support are at the heart of everything Caudwell Children does and this facility will be a true reflection of our approach.

We hope that you share our vision.”

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A regular gift is the most effective way you can help Caudwell Children. We use every penny of your donation to help children in desperate need.




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