Welcome to Caleidoscope - 

Together in Every Journey: Your Comprehensive Autism Support

What's NEW

Progression Path for LEGO Based Therapy

We are very pleased to announce that we will be offering a  very much needed progression within our LEGO Based Therapy to allow children develop their skills using LEGO bricks.

Please click HERE to see what exciting groups are coming soon!

Volunteering Opportunities

Duke of Edinburgh's Awards

Volunteering Opportunities

We are very passionate about supporting young people in achieveing their full potential.

We offer volunteering opportunities for young people who would like to learn more about conditions like autism, ADHD, Selective Mutism and who would like to support young people in developing social communication skills.

We are proud to offer volunteering opportunities that count towards Duke of Edinburgh's Awards.

At the moment those opportunities are in LEGO Club that is delivered in Caterham, Surrey. 

We offer mentoring for young people as well as training that may help them in the future career. 

Upcoming Online Training 2024










Autism in Females- 29th June 2024 , 7-9pm

The webinar will discuss general information of autism,  typical problems autistic girls face every day,  misdiagnosis among autistic girls,  challenges of sexuality,  needs of autistic girls

Location: online




Understanding PDA - 21st September 2024, 7-9pm

The webinar will discuss what PDA is, key features of PDA, learner with PDA, as well as strategies for everyday, living with PDA - aggression, meltdown, demand free household, well being and deescalating techniques

Location: online



Eating, toileting and sleeping in autism - 23-24 November 2024, 7-9pm

A short course in 3 parts, each with a different focus. We will explore why autistic individuals may have problems with food, be picky eaters, have trouble with sleep and going to the toilet or be potty trained. We also explore strategies to support those individuals. 

Suitable for anyone who works or cares for an autistic individual. 

Location: online


What parents and professionals say:

"I am 46 minutes in and I am absolutely loving every second of it. What a wonderful human you are and speaking from experience having worn so many different hats - parent, teacher, ALL THE THINGS!! I cannot express to you how grateful I am to this information".

"Thank you so much for the past 3 weeks. I have found the course so interesting and informative, and I know that it will help me in my work supporting families and trying to understand a parent’s perspective. My mind is buzzing, and I am thinking of ways to put this into practise now! I will be telling my colleagues about your work and I will look out for other webinars of yours to join."

"Now I can feel more confident, because I understand that the student just does not have a concept of what social roles are. Instead they have intense anxiety about the world, which they are trying to control.

 I feel that Ola's work will enable me to go back to work with more understanding, tools and confidence in supporting the student in a way that supports his needs."