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    Organisation : Rainbow Project Co. Ltd.
    Region : Hong Kong
    Website : 
    Contact : 
    email : rainbow@rainbowproject.org
    Address : 
    Phone : 
    DESCRIPTION
    Rainbow Project is a charitable body in Hong Kong which provides special education services for children with autism from age 5 – 11. Currently we have two classes integrated in two international schools.
    Current vacancies  
    Organisation : Relative (brother)
    Region : South East England
    Website : 
    Contact : Margaret Farrell
    email : 
    Address : 
    Phone : 0207 642 0038
    DESCRIPTION

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    Organisation : Ryvers Primary School - (Foundation Status)
    Region : South East England
    Website : www.ryversschool.com
    Contact : 
    email : office@ryvers.slough.sch.uk
    Address : Trelawney Avenue
    Langley, Slough
    Berkshire
    Phone : 01753 544474
    DESCRIPTION
    Ryvers Autistic Resource Base Our Autistic Resource Base (ARB) forms the Primary Age strand of Slough Borough Council’s provision for pupils with a diagnosis of Autism. ARB pupils integrate into mainstream lessons up to 80% of the week. The type and level of integration has been carefully monitored and adjusted in order to reflect the individual needs of the pupils. In addition, they take part in assemblies, whole school singing, class assemblies, end of term productions and a range of out of school visits and activities aimed at developing life skills. Within the ARB, pupils have opportunities for specialist support in Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Social Skills development and Emotional Literacy (learning to recognise and manage feelings appropriately). The ARB environment allows for calm learning and relaxation to take place, on those occasions when the general demands of the school day become too pressurising for the pupils. In October 2004 the teacher in post wrote, ‘The genuine care, sensitivity and sense of fun shared between all Ryvers pupils, points very clearly towards the potential range of educational and social benefits available, in a resource like ours.’ The whole school continues to celebrate the inclusion of pupils with Autism and plans to develop further the experience of all Ryvers’ pupils through shared academic, behavioural, social and emotional learning opportunities. (NOR 480 aged 3-11) including Ryvers Autistic Resource Base (ARB) Headteacher: Mr Alan Dean
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    Organisation : Salisbury Autistic Care Ltd
    Region : South East England
    Website : www.salisburyautisticcare.com
    Contact : 
    email : info@salisburyautisticcare.com
    Address : 28 Holt Road,
    Sudbury
    Middx
    Phone : 0208 908 1760
    DESCRIPTION
    Salisbury Autistic Care Ltd is a provider of support services for people who have an ASD. We provide an "Autism Specific" enviroment for our service users, and are commited to being the best in our field. We are based in Northwest London and are constantly looking for high quality staff. For further information about our philosophies and practises please visit our website at www.salisburyautisticcare.com
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    Organisation : Senior phase of the Children's Disability Centre
    Region : South Africa
    Website : 
    Contact : 
    email : susandaly@global.co.za
    Address : 
    Phone : 
    DESCRIPTION
    The Senior class is also not funded by the State in any way - the State covers costs of teachers in the Foundation phase. We use school fees and any donations to cover our costs.
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    Organisation : Social Work Solutions
    Region : 
    Website : 
    Contact : Ari Sengupta
    email : a.sengupta@social-work-solutions.co.uk
    Address : (Recruitment Solutions Group)
    5th Floor, Valentine House
    Ilford
    Essex
    Phone : 020 8924 2080
    DESCRIPTION
    The employer is an independent residential and day school for children and young people aged 5 to 19 diagnosed as being on the autistic spectrum and with moderate to severe learning difficulties. Set in beautiful grounds 40 miles west of London, the residential accommodation and educational facilities have been carefully designed to provide a welcoming environment which reflects the special needs of the pupils. The school has a high staff to pupil ratio and has a team of highly trained and dedicated staff, specialists and therapists working closely with parents, families and professionals to create a coordinated and consistent programme of education and care.
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    Organisation : Son-Rise Programme
    Region : South East England
    Website : www.son-rise.org
    Contact : 
    email : lipiainen@mail.com
    Address : 19, Johnson Lodge,
    Admiral Walk,
    London
    Phone : 020 7286 3441
    DESCRIPTION

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    Organisation : Spa School
    Region : South East England
    Website : 
    Contact : Paul Charter
    email : paul.charter@spa.southwark.sch.uk
    Address : Spa School
    Monnow Road
    London


    Phone : 020 7237 3714
    DESCRIPTION
    The school catered for mixed needs until it specialised wholly in autistic spectrum disorder in 2002 when the last group of mixed needs students left school. Over the last few years the needs of each progressive intake of students have become more complex and challenging, with many children not able to communicate verbally.

    Spa has a deeply committed staff team , who since the change from mixed needs have effectively taken up the challenge of providing a full curriculum for students with autism and most of all ensuring they maximise the skills which will enable them to take their place in society. There is further opportunity for a new head to deepen the knowledge and consistent practice in this area.

    The school is a happy one, and children actively enjoy their education. There is strong provision of creative arts and practical learning opportunities such as horticulture in the school to enable every pupil to identify and build on their strengths and gain self esteem and confidence. The school has good links with parents and wishes to maximise these links by developing the Family Centre at the school.

    To meet the needs of the most profoundly disabled and challenging students an Annexe to the main school was started in 2004. This is housed on a separate site and caters for 10 children who need intensive one to one or two to one support and are unable to function in the normal school environment. The successful development of this new project will be an opportunity for professional development in this new and growing field.
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    Organisation : Special Education Services
    Region : United States of America
    Website : www.thementagroup.org/careers
    Contact : Dawn Massani
    email : dawn.massani@menta.com
    Address : 
    Phone : 
    DESCRIPTION
    Special Education Services (SES), an affiliate of The Menta Group, provides for the educational needs of high risk, special needs children and adolescents, ages 5 through 21. Believing that all children have a right to quality educational services, SES schools find innovative solutions to critical problems in education working with an integrated focus on academic and social-emotional learning, and a continuum of learning and behavioral supports.
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    Organisation : St Francis Xavier College
    Region : South East England
    Website : 
    Contact : Karen Thompson
    email : k.thompson@sfx.ac.uk
    Address : 10 Malwood Road,
    London,
    Phone : 020 8772 6006
    DESCRIPTION
    SFX is a dynamic and ambitious sixth form college, close to the heart of London.
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    Organisation : St. Michael's House
    Region : Southern Ireland
    Website : 
    Contact : 
    email : recruitment@smh.ie
    Address : St. Michael’s House,
    Ballymun Road,
    Dublin 9
    Phone : 01-8840371
    DESCRIPTION
    St. Michael’s House is a community based, innovative provider of supports and services to children and adults with intellectual disabilities. We are committed to the highest professional standards and quality in service delivery and to working in partnership with people, service users and their families. We wish to employ progressive and committed people who identify with the organisation’s rights-based ethos of providing supports to people with intellectual disabilities to participate fully in their communities. In return, through our development and training programmes we provide staff an opportunity to carve out a career in this area of service.
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    Organisation : Stanley Primary School
    Region : South East England
    Website : 
    Contact : 
    email : 
    Address : Strathmore Road
    Teddington
    Middlesex
    Phone : 020 8977 4858
    DESCRIPTION
    Stanley Primary School was formed in September 2010 following the amalgamation of the very successful Stanley Junior School and Stanley Infant and Nursery School. The school is currently expanding to become a fully 4 form entry school by 2016. The school is undergoing a major building programme to provide 11 new classrooms, a children’s centre and a unit provision for children with Autistic Spectrum Condition. The building project will create a cohesive building bringing all year groups together; the project is due to be completed by July 2013. Stanley Primary School is placed in the heart of a residential area with excellent access to transport links. The school is ambitious in its aim to be the hub for its local community. There is a wide programme of extended schools activities which is complemented by a range of lettings to local groups. The residential properties within the admissions area for the school are mainly privately owned, there is a small element of social housing adjacent to the school and within the locality. The numbers pupils with English as an additional language are slightly above national average (Ofsted – Nov 2011) however students with a statement of learning to support their special educational need are lower. Stanley Primary is extremely well supported by the parents and families of children who attend the school and there is a flourishing Parent and Staff Association. Staff are fully committed to working at the school and make the most of the professional development opportunities which are presented to them. The schools’ amalgamation and building project provides the ideal opportunity for the school to review many areas. For example the strategic development of the staffing structure, the enhancement of the curriculum and the use of the premises. The new staffing structure has been approved by the Governing body and will be implemented from September 2013. The school is at a key stage in its development and it is an exciting time to be part of Stanley Primary School. March 2013
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    Organisation : Surrey Hampshire Borders NHS Trust
    Region : South East England
    Website : 
    Contact : Nicky Palmer or Howard Childs
    email : 
    Address : Greenlaws Resource Centre,
    65 Cranley road,
    Guildford.

    Phone : 01483 532767
    DESCRIPTION
    We are a specialist NHS Trust providing the mental health, including drug and alcohol services, and specialist learning disabilities services for people living in the boroughs of Basingstoke and Deane, Guildford, Hart, Rushmoor, Surrey Heath and Waverley. We work in partnership with the Local Authorities in each of the boroughs to ensure local delivery of services and their development in accordance with national guidance and local needs. Our mission is to ensure that our current mental health and learning disabilities services across north Hampshire, north east Hampshire and south west Surrey are: ** safe, modern and effective ** improved, to reflect best practice ** delivered within our resource allocation from commissioners ** placed on a sound footing for longer term increased investment and development Our key aims are to be an organisation which: ** is open ** listens and learns ** manages risks ** is purposeful and focused ** is clear about boundaries and limitations ** has constructive relationships ** explores diversity
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    Organisation : T.R.C.T. Care Trust
    Region : East England
    Website : 
    Contact : Keith Rose
    email : khrose@btinternet.com
    Address : 
    Phone : 01603 871192
    DESCRIPTION
    The T.R.C.T. Care Trust : This Care Trust was set up four years ago to organize and oversee the care of an autistic young man (now 25 years old). Cambridgeshire Social Services make Direct Payments to the Trust which is responsible for recruiting a team for this Supported Living Project to provide 24-hour care and support in the young man's home. The team currently consists of three live-in carers (each working 5 days in every 14) and six day-time/evening carers who are rota’d throughout the week. The Project is supervised by a Care Manager. The parents maintain an advisory role in the Project, attend team meetings, take their son on regular holidays, provide a fundamental back-up for the support team, and are closely involved in recruitment and training. The Trust is managed by four family members and two family friends. The Trust uses the services of Independent Living Norfolk, an organization dedicated to offering support to those receiving Direct Payments in matters such as recruitment, payroll and contracts. October 2006 The TRCT is run as a charity.
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    Organisation : Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council
    Region : North West England
    Website : www.tameside.gov.uk
    Contact : Ms Tracie Towler, Personnel Assistant
    email : tejobs@mail.tameside.gov.uk
    Address : Human Resource Unit
    Education and Cultural Services
    Council Offices
    Wellington Road
    Ashton-under-Lyne
    Phone : 0161 342 3665
    DESCRIPTION
    Tameside is a Metropolitan Borough Council within the Greater Manchester area with a school-age population of approximately 36,000 children and young people. The Communication workgroup is a centrally-retained support service which works with children and young people with a full range of speech, language and communication needs, including those with autistic spectrum disorders. The service is expanding, and in this recruitment we are looking to employ someone specifically with skills and experience in meeting the needs of pupils with ASDs.
    Current vacancies  
    Organisation : The Barnet Group
    Region : South East England
    Website : 
    Contact : 
    email : Dupsy.famokunwa@barnethomes.org
    Address : The Barnet Group (Incorporating Barnet Homes and Your Choice Barnet)
    1255 High Road
    Whetstone
    London


    Phone : 020 8359 5596
    DESCRIPTION
    Your Choice Barnet (YCB) is a social care local authority trading company and part of The Barnet Group. We provide a range of high quality community and accommodation based services for adults with disabilities.
    Current vacancies  
    Organisation : The Behaviour Change Clinic
    Region : South East England
    Website : 
    Contact : Tana Richards
    email : thebehaviourchangeclinic@yahoo.com
    Address : 4 Mossfield,
    Cobham,
    Surrey
    Phone : 07951 320 708
    DESCRIPTION

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    Organisation : The Disabilities Trust
    Region : South East England
    Website : www.disabilities-trust.org.uk
    Contact : 
    email : 
    Address : The Disabilities Trust
    First Floor, 32 Market Place
    Burgess Hill, West Sussex
    Phone : 01444 239123
    DESCRIPTION
    The Disabilities Trust was founded in 1979 to provide an imaginative new concept of personal care and specialist housing for people with severe physical disabilities. It is now a highly respected national charity, providing modern, purpose-built accommodation and a full variety of support facilities for adults with a wide range of disabilities and special needs.

    The aim of the Trust is to create an environment which provides not only the most modern and progressive facilities, but also a homely caring atmosphere in which to live. The Trust actively encourages development of an independent lifestyle and promotes integration with the local community. The hallmark of the Trust's services are care and respect for each individual and a belief in having real choice.

    Implicit in the Trust's philosophy is the user's right to self-determination, dignity and privacy. Open management ensures that residents are actively involved in the decision-making process, recognising that each individual has personal needs, wishes and aspirations.
    Current vacancies  
    Organisation : The Disabilities Trust
    Region : 
    Website : 
    Contact : Marion O Neill
    email : info@disabilities-trust.org.uk
    Address : Head Office:
    First Floor,
    32 Market Place
    Burgess Hill
    West Sussex
    Phone : 01444 239123
    DESCRIPTION
    The Disabilities Trust provides an imaginative concept of personal care and specialist housing for people with severe physical disabilities, autism and acquired brain injury. We are a highly respected national charity, providing a full variety of support facilities for adults with a wide range of disabilities and special needs. Chief Executive : Colin Hedley
    Current vacancies  
    Organisation : The Kingwood Trust
    Region : South East England
    Website : www.kingwood.org.uk
    Contact : Dee Burgess
    email : info@kingwood.org.uk
    Address : 10a Station road,
    Henley on Thames,
    Oxfordshire
    Phone : +44 (0) 1491 410450
    DESCRIPTION
    The Kingwood Trust provides specialist 24 hour care and support for people with Autism and Severe Learning Disabilities, whose challenging behaviour has precluded ordinary residential care. The trust has developed a special approach to the care and support of people in this situation, based on enabling a life within the community, and achieving sustained personal development. The trust is continually developing our existing homes and outreach services. This includes upgrading facilities to bring them up to date, and developing new services to provide for residents. We currently own 4 homes and manage a further 5.

    We are a forward thinking organisation with regards to our staff as well as the people we support. Training and Development is a key part of our policy.
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