Chalet School



Useful Websites

For information on Learning Disability CAMHS including team members and what they do please click here to visit their website.  Click here to find out further information about Positive Behaviour Support and the person centred framework that Learning Disability CAMHS uses.   

The British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD) website contains useful information and easy read documents including autism, epilepsy and health issues.  Click here to visit their website.   

For information on Autism including diagnosis, behaviour, education, communication and myths, facts and statistics click here to visit the National Autistic Societies website.  

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation is a charity for people with severe learning disabilities.  They provide information about challenging behaviour, offer peer support for family carers and professionals, supporting families by phone or email, running workshops to reduce challenging behaviour, speaking up for families nationally.  Click here to visit their website.    

Early Bird Training - Support for families with children who have Autism in Swindon by providing parent training. Click here to visit their web site.

Gina Davies Autism Centre - The Gina Davies Autism Centre's role is to provide services to families, carers and professionals who are dealing with the challenges of autism among children. Their aim is to help Parent's and your child flourish through practical methods and strategies that have been developed over many years by acclaimed autism expert, Gina Davies. For more information please click here.

The University of Leicester, have developed an e-learning resource to help school staff support children born preterm. The resource was co-designed with teachers, educational psychologists, parents of children born preterm and young adults who were born preterm themselves. It includes the latest evidence about what preterm birth is, how it may affect children’s development and learning, and what can be done to support these children in the classroom.  

The e-learning resource is entirely free to use and can be accessed online at: