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Neuroharmony Services and Support

Looking at Anxiety, Autism and ADHD through a different lens



Anxiety is a natural protective response to real or perceived threat*. There are numerous reasons why many children and young people are experiencing increased anxiety. We provide support and advice for families when anxiety has an impact on everyday life.

*Threat - What triggers the feeling of threat is unique for each person and therefore cannot be measured or defined by an event.


Parental support and advice

We share information so that parents have a better understanding of Anxiety/Autism/ADHD. Support and advice is tailored to meet the unique needs of each family. Away from a clinical or formal setting, we enable parents to share their story in the comfort of their home.

Advice on the diagnostic pathway


The diagnostic process is often overwhelming and unclear. We explain what the pathway to diagnosis can involve.

When children receive a diagnosis, parents regularly report that they feel lost and alone on their journey of understanding, there is a lack of accessible or personalised support available. We provide personalised support so that parents can understand what their child needs.

Sibling support and advice


For many reasons, siblings of neurodiverse children are more likely to experience heightened anxiety. We value the importance of providing holistic support to the whole family.


Grandparents and/or the wider family

Grandparents, aunts and uncles often play a significant role in children’s lives. They frequently state they want to help and have a better understanding of Anxiety/Autism/ADHD. Sometimes parents find it difficult to explain how their child processes and responds to their environment. The support and advice we offer can help create a deeper understanding for grandparents and extended family.

Insets and Twilights customised to the needs of the school.

We liaise with the school to find out what the needs of the school are and plan our delivery in response. 


Children with additional needs often spend more time than their peers working with LSAs/ TAs. We provide education, support and advice based on the needs of the pupil/pupils that they work with.


PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance)

PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance) is a term used to describe anxiety driven demand avoidance.  The avoidance and need for control are a result of a perceived threat to the person’s autonomy. Threat can be experienced in the form of external demands and/or internal expectations placed upon themselves. We provide support, education and advice to families and schools. Understanding how a child or young person experiences their environment helps inform the correct approach for the intrinsic responses seen.

PDA is a recognised expression of autism. However, for many people with heightened anxiety the avoidance of demands is a natural response. Our aim is to meet the needs of all individuals expressing anxiety in this way. We value physiological responses as a natural expression of human need. Therefore, we believe support should not be dependent on a formal diagnosis or label.



In a bid to create a culture of understanding, increasing numbers of companies and organisations are raising awareness of neurodiversity in the workplace. We provide training and support so that companies can develop an understanding that helps promote equal opportunities.

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