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Jelibean

Who are Jelibean

Welcome to our website, we hope you like it and look forward to your comments, please feel free to let us know what you think. This is very much a work in progress. Any typo's or grammatical errors are deliberately placed there to test you out....  (joke) :) Jelibeans are great for picking up on detail!

What do we do?

Jelibean specialises in Autism Spectrum Conditions and Challenging Behaviour. We embrace all those who choose to consult us and welcome difference and diversity.

Jelibean has for the last five years been a free advisory service for parents and professionals. We have offered support, information and unique new strategies for anyone that has called upon us for help. Jelibean has never refused anyone and has never charged anyone for services received.

 

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Jelibean aims to provide a ‘wraparound’ approach. All too often families feel that the sheer overwhelming number of appointments they are asked to attend is just a step too far and we try to provide a ‘bridge’ between parents, families and professionals along with:-

Talks and Lectures/Presentations

Advocacy

24hr support via email/text/phone or pre-arranged visits

Website on line advice and support via video conferencing if preferred

Unique Personal Profiles

Signposting

Unique Strategies and Interventions specific to Jelibean

Jeliconnect - buddy system with another family/individual who understand

 

All done with humour and understanding

Jelibean operates as a ‘bottom – up’ as opposed to ‘top down’. We work directly with parents and endeavour to offer advice, support and practical help on a daily basis. We understand what you may be going through and the frustrations that accompany that. We know how challenging life can be without the added pressures of accessing support.

Our ethos is that of ‘Tender Loving Care for Jelibeans everywhere’. We hope we can take some of the mystery and fear away so you may learn to love the autism spectrum as much as we do.

 

Checkout our new blog!

 

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