Carlton Autistic Centre, Residential Autistic Unit

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Unique residential services across West Yorkshire specifically designed for individuals on the Autistic Spectrum, are located in Bradford and Huddersfield.

Specialising in Autism & Asperger Syndrome

Our residential services offer a well trained team of specialist staff who through an ongoing training programme, continuous quality improvement and research based practice will help to reduce:

  • Isolation, Anxiety and Behaviours

Whilst promoting:

  • Independence, Social & Life Skills, Communication, Rights & Choice, Developing new skills &
  • Educational / Employment Support

The Homes

We have used the most up to date research based ideas to create what we believe to be the best facility of its type.

All of our homes across West Yorkshire have been purpose built and specifically designed for adults with complex disabilities and/or health needs, including adults who have Autism or Asperger Syndrome.

This we believe offers facilities that will meet and exceed the needs of individuals with varying disorders and those within the Autistic Spectrum in line with the national autistic society guideline

The homes provide single en-suite accommodation with shower or bath facilities and all bedrooms meet the National Care Standards guidelines and have achieved a ‘good’ rating from the Care Quality Commission.

Please feel free to read our CQC report by following this link

Service and Facilities

We offer a full range of therapeutic services which include:

  • Aromatherapy,
  • Snoezelen,
  • Sensory stimulation room,
  • Recreational programmes
  • Access to all community educational and employment support facilities

CQC Report

Click here for the CQC report for the Huddersfield centre

Click here for the CQC report for the Bradford centre

Find us

Click here to find our Huddersfield centre on the map

Click here to find our Bradford centre on the map

‘People with Autism see things differently, facing difficulties that others don’t. Autism has no cure and it last’s a lifetime, It has been likened to ‘being in another world’. Communication can be difficult or even impossible, relating to others can be a nightmare and imagination can be nonexistent. Experts call this the ‘Triad of Impairment’. Recent research has highlighted ‘sensory overload’ and ‘hyper’ or ‘hypo’ stimulation. All of these can lead to ‘isolation’ ‘anxiety’ and a myriad of different’

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