Autism Spectrum Star

We helped to develop the industry standard tool, called the Spectrum Star. The star highlights each person’s abilities and areas in which extra support is required. The Spectrum Star is an outcomes measurement tool specifically designed for people with Autism. The star enables commissioning authorities to see how an individual is progressing within our service. This is identified through therapeutic intervention, supporting individuals to identify where they require more support thereby enabling them to progress while gaining independent skills.

Each person we support completes the Spectrum Star with their keyworker identifying their abilities and difficulties. The star is used to develop a person-centred plan that meets each person’s needs  specifically. The star is reviewed every six months to see how the person is progressing in the nine key areas they want to improve. 

The Spectrum Star supports people to develop as they can visually see their goals and aspirations being achieved. 

News and events

HealthInvestor 2019 – Recognising achievement in the business of healthcare

We are proud to announce that we have been shortlisted as a finalist in the HealthInvestor...

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STOMP card game

Exciting new STOMP card game has just been launched.

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Autism Professional Awards 2019 Finalists Announced

Our very own Autism Advisor Sue Hatton has been shortlisted as a finalist for the...

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Autism Conference 2019

accomplish is to host a complimentary conference on Autism and Exploring effective ways of working with autistic...

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Honeybrook House Achieves Autism Accreditation

Congratulations to Honeybrook House on being awarded Autism Accreditation.

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Christmas Card Competition Winner

Congratulations to our Christmas Card competition winner Georgina from Lakeside, for her fantastic Christmassy Rudolph...

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ABI Conference

accomplish to host a complimentary ABI conference, bringing together advocates, professionals, staff and clinicians

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