We understand how overwhelming it can be to navigate mental health and wellbeing care services, and we're here to help.
Our resources offer reliable, concise information that will help you understand and navigate the challenges that may come along the way. Our tools are organised into different categories to make it easy for you to find what you're looking for, whether you're a caregiver, parent, or individual seeking advice for yourself.
Support for education
These resources provide a wealth of practical information tailored to parents and caregivers of neurodivergent children. We understand that each child has unique needs, which is why our resources include articles, guides, and practical tools to better understand neurodivergence and how to navigate the challenges that come with it.
To help schools and families plan and develop appropriate autism education provision across all education.
Easy strategies for teachers to support students in recognising and managing anxiety.
The Education Rights Helpline (from the National Autistic Society)
For educational rights and entitlements, as well as advice on specific topics such as getting extra help in school.
Information about how to access support, as well as advice on how to communicate with schools and understand exclusion guidance.
Support for parents and caregivers
These resources focus on the needs and concerns of parents and caregivers of neurodivergent individuals. We offer practical advice, support resources, and real-life stories from other families who have walked a similar path. We understand the difficulties you may face in accessing quality care, and we're here to provide you with the information and tools to help you advocate for your loved ones.
To support your child in social situations and explaining their emotions.
A wide range of resources, specifically for ADHD
63 common autistic traits you never realised were signs of autism
Exploration of subtle presentation, or internal presentations. This is very much not exclusive to girls, so a resource that can be useful for all.
Some useful training suggestions for families and professionals
Do you have any questions on our services, assessments, or post-diagnostic support?
Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section provides answers to the most common inquiries we receive from people who use our services. From pricing and coverage, to how virtual assessments work, you'll find answers to your most pressing questions. And if you can't find what you're looking for, feel free to reach out to our team directly.
Ready to start your journey with Melios?
We offer a range of services for children, adults, and families and are here to help you.
Assessments for children and young people
We help children and young people from the ages of 7 to 17, also supporting their families. Learn more about our family-led approach.
We offer a wide range of individual clinical assessment services for ADHD and Autism.
Post-assessment support and packages
Our support doesn't end with the assessment, find out more about how we can continue to help.
Services for employers
Take the first step in creating an inclusive environment in your organisation, we are here to help.