Welcome to Salisbury Support 4 Autism

Salisbury Support 4 Autism has 10 years of experience in the development and delivery of specifically designed services and training to people on the Autism Spectrum and their families, who require care and support in a progressive lifelong learning environment. We pride ourselves for being an autism specialist service and supporting people having complex needs.

Salisbury Support 4 Autism offers a range of autism friendly services with resources and opportunities that enable individuals to maximise their strengths helping them to live in a safe, motivating and progressive environment. The support we provide is determined individually for each person on the Autism Spectrum. All of our services are supported by a multi-disciplinary team of experienced and committed professionals fully trained to an exceptionally high standard in autism as well as health & safety, epilepsy, challenging behaviour and safeguarding as well as all mandatory training.

Our Story

Salisbury Support 4 Autism Limited was founded in 2005 by Maynard Harry. Salisbury Autistic Care Limited was the original name for 10 years.

The aim was to make the difference in vulnerable people’s lives so he opened the first 5 bedroom residential home in Wembley. Salisbury Support 4 Autism was and is known to support people with autism and challenging behaviour whose placements have broken down due to high levels of challenging behaviour.

Today, Salisbury Support 4 Autism has one residential home and four supported living homes in Wembley, Barnet, Banstead & Sutton. We also provide day services, outreach and respite. A new Day Service is now open in West Drayton.

Our Vision, Mission and Goal

Our vision is to promote independence, successful community inclusion and quality of life.

Our mission is to enable individuals on the Autism Spectrum Disorder, and their families, to maximize their strengths and to fully participate in their communities helping them to live in a safe, motivating and progressive environment.

Salisbury Support 4 Autism strives to:

  • build the capacity and skills of individuals, families, and professionals by providing the necessary skills and training required to help individuals on the autism engage in life within the general community wherever possible
  • provide leadership in the development and delivery of comprehensive data-driven assessment and intervention
  • provide a creative and flexible approach and a real focus on involving individuals in their own support packages
  • raise awareness and understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorders and advocate for the equal rights of all individuals to be treated with respect and dignity.