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Who Are We...

ASC Healthcare are an independent provider of services for people with a learning disability and/or autism spectrum conditions (asc).

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What We Do...

Through our delivery of a social and clinical partnership model, we will actively support individuals to develop a range of life skills and functional strategies.

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Welcome To ASC Healthcare – One of the UK’s leading Autism Treatment Centre

S0053 Bolton Autism Unit  (12)We are learning disability and autism treatment provider of hospital inpatient services for adults with asc.

While little has been found as of yet regarding its actual source or cause, scientists are of the opinion the condition may be caused by a genetic mutations. The condition seems to affect more males than females. Treatment for autism is mostly symptomatic; teaching the patient to successfully express emotions and thoughts in a coherent manner to other people. Providing the condition is detected at an early stage in life, autism treatment should begin as early as possible following a diagnosis.

We are a reliable online source of information for autism treatment services and aim to educate families on the steps to take for autism care. We also provide information about our autism treatment centre and the autism services. If you want to know what you can expect from our specialist autism centre, you can check out our online resources.

The spectrum of conditions supported by ASC Healthcare includes those known as “classic autism” Asperger syndrome and pervasive developmental disorder – not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS), also known as “atypical autism”. The approach for autism care adopted by the Organisation that influences and underpins aims to embrace the most up to date research surrounding the heterogeneity of asc and its multiplicity of underlying causes for autistic therapies.

Please browse our site which we hope you will find informative and provides sufficient information about our autism treatment centre work and how we do it, should you require any further information on our autism care services, please do not hesitate to contact us.