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SPECTRUM Savvy
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Autism specific training, consultancy & tuition

Enhancing inclusion to advance achievement in your setting

Who is SPECTRUM Savvy?

  

Spectrum Savvy was established by Nicola Beldham in 2017. Nicola has worked with children, young people and adults on the autistic spectrum in a range of settings and roles. She found her vocation in 1994 and ever since, has always strived for better understanding of the condition and for meaningful and valuable inclusion. 

Nicola has a degree in Human Communication, a Post Graduate Certificate in Education and a masters in Autism with distinction. She led a specialist Further Education team to be finalists for a National Autistic Society award for innovative practice.

Now through Spectrum savvy, Nicola supports others to address barriers to inclusion and promotes neurodiversity across a range of settings.

Why choose SPECTRUM Savvy?

Our Approach...

A person-centred focus, highly reflective practice and a drive for meaningful inclusion are all at the heart of the Spectrum Savvy message and will all help to take your inclusive practice to the next level. 

A Savvy Strategy...

SPECTRUM Savvy stays savvy, by continuously learning from autistic people to help you do the same. 


We promote the social model of disability and can support you on your inclusive journey, bringing out the best in your Autistic learners and employees.

SPECTRUM Savvy goes beyond Autism Awareness

Help for Schools and Colleges

Autism Workshops for Children and Young People

Bespoke Staff Development Delivery

Help for Communities...

Autism Workshops for community Groups

Autism Workshops for Employers

Autism Specific Workplace Support

Equality Impact Assessments

...and more

Building skills for life, learning and work

Happy Holiday Projects

Autistic and Proud

People Skills

Indepedence Skills

Work Skills

One to one or group sessions

.

Are you inclusive enough?

" The Equality Act 2010 requires that service providers must think ahead and take steps to address barriers that impede disabled people. In doing this, it is a good idea to consider the range of disabilities that your actual or potential service users might have. You should not wait until a disabled person experiences difficulties using a service, as this may make it too late to make the necessary adjustment."  www.edf.org.uk

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