Inspirational Therapies is registered as a Company Ltd by Guarantee with support from BRAG Enterprise and Scotland UnLtd.
Inspirational Therapies provides complementary therapies to children and adults with a disability or an Autism Spectrum Disorder to improve their quality of life.
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Janine from Inspirational Therapies has been working along side parents and the charity PHAD to evaluate the benefits of Complementary Therapies for children and adults on the Autism Spectrum since May 2010.
This evaluation project is beneficial because people who have differences or difficulties can sometimes get excluded or left out of important things within their community. This evaulation will try to understand theses differences / difficulties and what can be done to help make things better for people with Autism or mental health problems.
Information on the benefits of Complementary Therapies and date for training workshops will follow shortly once the evaluation project has been completed.
Inspirational Therapies provides workshops on the Benefits of Complementary Therapies for Children with Autism. Inspirational Therapies aim is to get more parents, carers and front line staff interested in using Complementary Therapies to work with children and adults with Autsim.
Janine from Inspirational Therapies has had a full enhanced disclosure Scotland form done to work with vulnerable adults and children.
What is Autism
Autism is a lifelong condition, which affects the way a person thinks, learns and communicates. Its is characterised by a ‘triad of impairments’ – social, interaction, social communication and a inflexibility of thought.
Autism interferes with the ability to effectively contribute and participate as active and valued memebrs of the community, resulting in isolation, often affecting the whole family. If a person becomes alienated, their social, mental and emotional health depletes which could result in increased instability.
It is recognised as a mental disorder, covered by the mental health (Care & Treatment)(Scotland) Act 2003.
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