Empowering People, Launching lives

Lunch and Learn series

Our next session, "Autism – women and girls" is on Friday, 28th April. Sign up for free today and join us as we explore the experiences of autistic females and the gender diagnosis gap.


Working with us

We are looking for people to join us who want to make a difference to the educational journey of autistic children and young adults. Apply today!


Emotionally Based School Avoidance

Since the pandemic, Emotionally Based School Avoidance (EBSA) is becoming much more common in schools. Read our latest blog to find out more about EBSA, what it is and solutions to help.


Our vision is to ensure autistic children and young adults access an education which empowers a life full of choice, independence and opportunity.

Online training

From a free introduction to autism for parents to an in-depth look at Behaviour Analysis, check out the training we have on offer...

Fast Responder

Our intervention service, aimed at supporting pupils at the point of crisis to reduce school placement breakdown. Find out more today...

Free resources

Visual stories, mental health and person-centred planning. Download our free autism resources, perfect for parents and professionals...

Start your career with BeyondAutism

We are always on the lookout for talent. We invest heavily in the development of our staff to ensure our services provide the best support for our learners.

If one of our vacancies matches your career goals, we would love to hear from you.

Our services

Early Years

We’re bridging the gap in specialist early support by delivering rapid and sustained outcomes in our Early Years’ service, working with parents and children together. Empowering parents to feel resilient and confident in meeting the needs of their child leads to aspirational, informed choices and a positive and successful first step into primary education.


Our Schools

The specialist curriculum and approach we use in our schools ensures sustained outcomes and success beyond the age of 25, setting autistic children and young adults up for a life full of choice, independence and opportunity. Pupils are taught by a multidisciplinary team of dedicated and passionate staff using teaching and learning practice underpinned by behaviour analysis.



Post-19 is an educational service for autistic adults aged 19-25. We focus on developing student’s functional communication as well as preparing them for adulthood.

We believe that autistic adults should; have a voice; be involved in decision making; be able to contribute to society as active citizens. Through an individualised personal curriculum, our students follow a programme of study that best prepares them for adulthood.



Our outreach team are activating networks, building local capacity, and delivering training and resources which equip teachers and professionals with the skills, knowledge and confidence to create inclusive classroom settings and keep children at school.



We run expert face-to-face and online training for professionals, parents, families and carers. Our courses include specialist autism and behaviour analysis training.

We provide professionals and families access to information that empowers them to positively influence a child’s future.


What's been happening

Park House School gains Healthy Schools London Award

Park House School gains Healthy Schools London Award

We are delighted to share that Park House School has been awarded with a Healthy Schools London Bronze Award. This achie...

Professor David Croisdale-Appleby to step down as Chair of Trustees, BeyondAutism

Professor David Croisdale-Appleby to step down as Chair of Trustees, BeyondAutism

Now that the strategy for the charity has been set for the future, Professor David Croisdale-Appleby is stepping down as...

UK-SBA accreditation update

UK-SBA accreditation update

The UK Society for Behaviour Analysts (UK-SBA) has announced that the UK-SBA register of Behaviour Analysts has been acc...

Search our services directory

This directory is designed to help you find local and national autism support services. Included are schools, residential services, social groups, respite and short breaks, diagnostic services, adult services, family information services and more.


This directory is to support you in finding autism support services that may help you. The inclusion of a service in the directory does not imply an endorsement from BeyondAutism. We suggest you research each service to ensure it suits your needs. BeyondAutism cannot control the content for the services provided in this directory.

We empower people with autism to lead fuller lives through positive educational experiences, training for the people who work with them and support for their families and carers.

What's been happening at BeyondAutism…

VRA Awards Winners 2022!

VRA Awards Winners 2022!

We’re delighted to announce that we have been named winners in the project category for the 2022 Vocational Rehabilitati... More

Our Schools

BeyondAutism Schools run Park House School and Tram House School, Independent Special Schools for children and young adults with autism. Pupils are taught 1:1 by dedicated and passionate staff using ABA/VB teaching methods.

Vist the BeyondAutism Schools website BeyondAutism Schools website

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