Seeing a young person with autism making progress can be absolutely priceless, whether they are making eye contact for the first time or finishing a meal at the table.

Our young people rely on our support staff, teaching staff and therapy teams to guide them through their waking day; to make progress with learning, to manage behaviours and personal accomplishments, and to help them throughout the night. It can be challenging but it’s hugely rewarding when the young person in your care achieves something for the first time that others may take for granted.

Hear from the mum of one of our young people about the impact Prior's Court has had on her family:

What did you do today? staff & young personWhat did you do today?

And what do you want to be doing tomorrow? Do you want to make a difference? If you’re looking for a rewarding career where you’ll can help a young person severely affected by autism to improve their life chances and achieve things others take granted, then Prior's Court could be the place for you.

Take a look at our current vacancies.

 

Without the dedication of all at Prior's Court my son would not be where he is today - being more able to cope with what is a very confusing world, and for that we will always be grateful.

Parents of a child at Prior's Court