Robert Ogden is an independent National Autistic Society day and residential school. We cater for children on the autism spectrum aged 5-19 who have a Statement or Education, Health and Care Plan.
The school has a well-established and highly specialist on-site therapy team. This team comprises of a Senior Psychologist, an Assistant Pyschologist, two Speech and Language Therapists, a Speech Therapy Assistant, an Occupational Therapist Clinical and a Behaviour Co-ordinator.
Our transdisciplinary team deliver an outstanding and highly effective service to support our children and young people.
The multidisciplinary approach ensures that we can provide a bespoke package of intervention to meet the ever changing needs of our students. Therapeutic approaches and interventions are embedded into the daily lives of our students and form part of their waking day curriculum.
Specialist interventions on offer include but are not limited to: intervention using the Sensory Integration approach, Lego Based Therapy, Rebound Therapy, Sensory circuits, social communication groups, language groups, and Cognitive Behaviour based therapy programmes.
Our aim is to equip every pupil with strategies to overcome their barriers to learning; to nurture each young person’s talents and interests and to develop their self-esteem and well-being. We are committed to ensuring that children’s’ anxieties and sensory differences are recognised, understood and fully supported.
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