Make an autism assessment referral to Caudwell Children

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At Caudwell Children our team of autism specialists provide two-day multi-disciplinary autism assessments and 12 months’ post-diagnostic support for children aged 4 to 11. 

Our experienced clinical team work with families to offer a child-centred assessment of their strengths and difficulties including behaviour, emotional health and well-being, communication and sensory processing needs.

We are proud to be accredited by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), delivering evidence-based practice in accordance with NICE guidelines and robust clinical governance.

Please noteCaudwell Children now provides a maximum of 80% of the funding for charity-funded autism assessments. All referrals made from 10/02/2022 onwards will be subject to these criteria. Referrals made prior to this date are unaffected. 

CQC Rating Good

The Caudwell Children Clinical Team

Victor Levenson

Victor Levenson

Director of Clinical Services

Paul Mcillroy

Paul Mcillroy

Associate Director of Clinical Operations

Make a referral on behalf of a child

Who can make a referral?

If you are an education, health or social care professional we would welcome a referral on behalf of a child – providing they are aged between 4 and 11 and you know them well.

You’ll find the referral form at the link below, once complete a member of our team will be in touch for further details. If you have any queries about the referral process, don’t hesitate to give us a call on 0345 300 1348.

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 charity- (criteria-dependant) or self-funded.

Caudwell International Children's Centre

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.

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