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  • Sesame Institute

    Registered charity which promotes and oversees the use of Drama and Movement Therapy.
  • Short Breaks Network

    UK charity dedicated to promoting family-based short breaks for disabled children and young people
  • Signed Language

    Site which is designed to proved a reference point on sign language and communication basics.
  • Sketchley School

    Sketchley School is a specialist school for young people aged 8 to 19 years with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD).
  • Snowdrop

    Commercial company which specialises in providing programmes of rehabilitation for children who suffer developmental difficulties, using neuro-cognitive therapy (NCT), and/or recursive communication therapy, (RCT).
  • Society for Coloured lens prescribers

    UK organisation which aims to ensure that the public receives a high level of care from practitioners in the field of coloured lens prescribers.
  • Sound Learning Centre

    UK company which uses a range of sound, light, colour and other therapies to treat autism and other conditions.
  • South African Institute for Sensory Integration

    South African body which aims to promote and play a leading role in the theory and practice of Sensory Integration in South Africa and elsewhere.
  • Speech Pathology Australia

    National organisation for the speech pathology profession in Australia.
  • Speech-Language and Audiology Canada

    Canadian organisation which supports and represents the professional needs of speech-language pathologists, audiologists and supportive personnel in Canada.
  • TEACCH Autism Program

    Part of the Department of Psychiatry of the School of Medicine at the University of North Carolina in the USA. This site describes the organisation and range of services it can offer, including delivery of the TEACCH programme.
  • Tomatis Development SA

    South African commercial company which provides the Tomatis Method, a type of auditory integration training.
  • Treating Autism

    UK-based parent-led voluntary organisation focusing on treatments and therapies for autism and related disorders.
  • TRIP Database

    Decribes itself as the Internet's leading resources for Evidence-Based Medicine.
  • Triumph Over Phobia

    Contains information about this charity which provides a network of structured self-help groups run by trained, lay volunteers teaching sufferers of phobia and OCD how to overcome their problem.
  • Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance

    US charity which is dedicated to finding a cure for tuberous sclerosis while improving the lives of those affected.
  • Tuberous Sclerosis Association

    UK charity that supports sufferers, promotes awareness, and seeks the causes and best possible management of tuberous sclerosis.
  • UCSB Koegel Autism Center

    Part of the University of California at Santa Barbara, this academic institute aims to increase understanding of autism spectrum disorders, the development and implementation of state-of-the-art pivotal response treatments, as well as the improvement of elementary and secondary education efforts for children with autism and other severe disabilities.
  • UK Brain Bank for Autism

    Part of the Thomas Willis Oxford Brain Collection at Oxford University, this organisation exists to develop a similar programme in the UK to the Autism Tissue Program, which has been developed in the US by Autism Speaks Inc.


    The UK Database of Uncertainties about the Effects of Treatments (UK DUETs) publishes treatment uncertainties from patients, carers, clinicians, and from research recommendations, covering a wide variety of health problems.