Prior’s Court is a registered charity providing education and residential care for young people with complex autism, aged 5-25. Set within a 50 acre site in Berkshire, we have extensive bespoke facilities to help our young people to be healthy, happy, more independent and have the opportunity to work.
Our purpose – why we exist
To transform the lives of young people with complex autism, helping them to build a brighter, more independent future.
Our ambition – what we strive for
To be a global leader for young people with complex autism.
Our philosophy – how we achieve this
Prior’s Court is here to transform the lives of the young people with complex autism in our care; to help them achieve the impossible and give their families the magic moments they never thought they would have.
We understand that the little things are actually the big things for a young person with autism, and we celebrate them as major milestones. A daily life skill gained or an anxiety conquered today is a stepping stone towards tomorrow’s work placement, or a shared special occasion with family.
Prior’s Court never stays still. We are ambitious for our young people and aspire to be a global leader for young people with complex autism. We want to deliver outcomes for them beyond our imagination; to help transform the lives of even more young people with autism, and develop practice improvements which we can share across the world.