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Privately Funded Support

1:1 Study Skills and Mentoring ASD and ADHD


Study skills and Mentoring for ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorders) and ADHD (Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) supports students with both their academic studies and social development whilst at school, college or university.

Students will work with a mentor on a 1:1 basis, weekly for an hour outside of class time. The support is tailored to each student’s needs and existing strengths and we will often address sensory issues, social and communication skills, as well as dealing with stress and anxiety.

Support generally given in Mentoring sessions includes (but is not limited to):

  • Organisation and time management work
  • Breaking down assignments
  • Overcoming anxiety
  • Developing communication skills
  • Managing change
  • Structuring workload
  • Understanding the expectations of the course
  • We have over 20 years experience in helping students and individuals achieve their best

  • All of our staff are highly qualified and trained in their field

  • Individually tailored academic and mental health support

Success stories

  • I’m so thankful that I’ve been able to receive specialist mentoring because of the wonderful personalised support that has helped me get through university

    Some days I’ve been feeling down, but after my session I leave feeling infinitely better because it’s an outlet for whatever’s on my mind and my mentor’s warmth and enthusiasm is really uplifting.

    Cansu T, Zoology Student

  • With the help of my mentor I have done things I didn't think I'd be able to

    like present a poster at a conference, and now, I am a PhD student and the happiest I’ve ever been.

    Oliver B , Phd Student

  • When I first came to university, I was extremely anxious having never been away from home

    My mentor has been instrumental in helping me deal with various concerns by talking through them and coming up with strategies to help manage them.

    Vincent S , Phd Student, Robotics

  • I feel more in control

    With time I let myself slowly face the situations that used to paralyze me. I am now back at work and have reconnected with my friends. I started with meeting out in the open to now being able to have a drink in a bar. I feel happy and back in control.

    Mark R , Tewkesbury

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