GoCarer is a pioneering company that works tirelessly to improve the lives of autistic children and their families. Our mission is to deliver the best evidence-based therapy programmes to families in the UK.
Our service was founded by the parent of an autistic child, who is driven to address the widespread lack of effective autism services based on his own experiences.
We collaborate with the Yale Child Study Center [ Link] to provide Pivotal Response Treatment: a unique ABA based therapy that targets improvements in a child's social communication and language skills.
"For the first time since starting our autism journey I feel supported. Amazing team of people, I am so pleased to have found them."
- Lauren -
"As a member of staff I found it really interesting how you got young people to take part and how you managed to settle young people in and how you reacted to individual needs!"
- Sonia -
"All was good. Young people did work they normally would not take part in."
- Dianne -
"My child really enjoys coming to the workshops, GoCarer provides a wide range of good activities that capture interests for all the children. The workshops have been really beneficial to my child as it’s given them the opportunity to build confidence interacting with unfamiliar adults and develop social skills to help them work with other children of different ages. These workshops have also helped my child to feel much more relaxed after finishing school, and they’re much happier."
- Parent 1 -
"My child loves your sessions so much. The space to be free to create and explore their ideas is so wonderful. A session for all children!"
- Parent 2 -
"We love these sessions! It's the first time my son has asked if 'his thing' is on, and the first time ever he's been interested in coming along to something. He interacts so well with the children in the group, and it's really helped him socialise."
- Parent 3 -
"Amber was great with the children. She understood the children’s needs and the children enjoy and felt comfortable and confident with her. Sensory activities were enjoyed by the children."
- Parent 4 -