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

Winners for the England Learning Disabilities and Autism Awards Announced

Friday 28th June 2019 saw the very best from the Learning Disabilities and Autism sector,...

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Acquired Brain Injury Conference

On Wednesday 19th June we hosted a complimentary Acquired Brain Injury Conference at Mercure Norton Grange...

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Winners for the Wales Learning Disabilities and Autism Awards Announced

Thursday 20th June 2019 saw the very best from the Learning Disabilities and Autism sector,...

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Accomplishments Choir to Perform at Awards Evening

On Thursday 20th June Accomplishments Choir will be returning to once again perform in front...

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The National Learning Disabilities and Autism Awards Finalists 2019

We are proud to announce we have five finalists in the England region and four...

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CareTalk Magazine Article Recognising strengths, creating opportunities

Informative article about our Quality Checkers and new Safeguarding and Enablement project features in CareTalk...

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