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Parent Consultations

Parent Consultations with Jacqui Penny

During your 50-60 minute consultation, Jacqui will share her knowledge, answer your questions and provide guidance as to the best route to take to help your child.

If you have specific questions about your own child and aren’t sure how to proceed as regards assessment or therapy, Jacqui can answer your questions, explain therapy options and give you advice on what to do next.


To book a Parent Consultation, click the button below to send a request. Please include your preferred contact method (email/mobile). We will contact you within 24 hours to arrange a convenient time and take payment. A Parent Consultation is £55.


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What happens in a Parent Consultation?

Having experienced ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) first hand and undergone considerable research into ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder) including involvement with professionals from many different disciplines, I can offer you a 50-60 minute consultation to share my knowledge and give you guidance and support.

If you live some way from London and would rather see a local therapist I can discuss what is available and put you in touch with professionals in your area to get your child assessed and treated.

ASD can be a minefield when it comes to knowing where to go for help. Often a diagnosis is given but no plan is put in place to address it or advice given on what to do next. Parents can be left feeling at a loss whilst still trying to come to terms with the news that their child has a condition for which a “cure is not established”.
Many other parents have children whom they know to be different in some way but the child does not have a diagnosis and again little advice on what to do is given.

I can give you answers to the following questions and more, as well as the names of professionals who can help, saving you time and effort trawling through websites and information whilst not always knowing exactly what you might be looking for:


  • How do I get a diagnosis?

  • Is my child likely to have ASD?

  • What therapy options are available?

  • How successful are the different therapies likely to be?

  • Where can I apply for funding to help with the cost of therapies?

  • How do I go about choosing the right school?

  • How do I get an EHC Plan?

  • What support can I get for myself and family?

There is a lot that can now be done for children with ASD, including the complete alleviation of certain behaviours and difficulties. If you want answers to these and other questions, book a telephone consultation with me now and I can guide you. A Parent Consultation is £55.

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