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ASD - PDA diagnosis .
  • Holly59
    Posts: 2,586
    I didn’t realise till I was researching a few more names had been added to the list which is good to hear .

    ndependent diagnostic centres

    The following independent autism diagnostic centres all assess and diagnose ASD with a profile of PDA in accordance with NICE pathways. These services can be commissioned either privately or by your Clinical Commissioning Group if they have approved funding for an assessment. N.B. discuss local funding pathways and process for independent diagnostic centres with your GP.

    The Elizabeth Newson Centre (ENC) – Nottingham
    The Lorna Wing Centre (LWC) – Kent
    Help for Psychology – Norwich
    Healthcare 4 Kids – Warwickshire
    ​Spectrum North West - Warrington
    ​Axia ASD - Cheshire
    The Spectrum Centre – Northern Ireland

    Costs can vary between approximately £ 1000.00 – £3500.00, please contact these services directly for further information regarding costs, waiting times and their referral process.

    N.B. The PDA Society take considerable care to ensure the quality and experience of the services that we signpost to parents and professionals. However, the PDA Society are not making any recommendations nor is responsible for the quality, experience or the outcomes of assessments performed by independent services.

    https://www.pdasociety.org.uk/families/diagnosing-pda

    Pat xx

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