A multi-disciplinary approach to autism assessment,
intervention and support for children
Caudwell Children provides charity-funded autism assessments, feedback and 12 months of post-diagnostic support to eligible children who live in the UK.
Our experienced and dedicated clinical team work with families to assess your child’s strengths and difficulties including; behaviour, emotional health and well-being, communication and sensory processing needs.
We offer 80% charity-funded autism assessments for eligible families. This is subject to the criteria set out below.
80% charity funding available
Rapid assessment process
12 months post-diagnostic support
Charity Funding Criteria
Getting an autism assessment – what’s next?
In order to get an autism assessment, you will need to get a referral. Referrals will be accepted with parental consent from any health, social care or education professional that knows the child well. The step-by-step referral guide on this page has all of the information you need to get a referral to Caudwell Children’s autism service.
Please direct an education, health or social care professional here to make a referral.
Yes – plus diagnostic feedback and 12 months of post-diagnostic support.
Funding is available for new referrals from families with a household income of £45,000 per year or less, not including benefits.
Yes. A multi-disciplinary team assessment with Caudwell Children costs £4,700 if you are not eligible for funding.
We offer autism assessments to children aged between 4 and 11.
Assessments take place at the purpose-built Caudwell International Children’s Centre in Keele, Staffordshire.
We offer feedback appointments within 28 days of assessment.
Yes. We follow National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines.
Caudwell Children provides a multi-disciplinary diagnostic assessment for Autism Spectrum Disorder at the Caudwell International Children’s Centre in Staffordshire.
The Centre is purpose-built for children with autism and other disabilities. Since its 2018 launch, Caudwell Children have been offering a multi-disciplinary autism assessment and diagnosis for young children between the ages of 4 and 11. With state-of-the-art facilities and an experienced team of clinical professionals, Caudwell Children can provide a rapid Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis that is either 100% charity- (criteria-dependant, for a limited time) or self-funded.
Autism assessments take place at the Caudwell International Children’s Centre, which is designed to provide a calm and peaceful experience for children and their family.
The Centre includes a mixture of quiet zones, specialist facilities, sensory rooms and garden, which allow our clinical team to develop a comprehensive profile for each child during their assessment.