Mustard Seed Autism Trust


Mustard Seed Autism Trust accept children aged between 3 and 11 who live within Hart and Rushmoor, including the borders of Surrey, up to a 10 mile radius of Farnborough. They accept referrals directly from parents only. Each year there is an opportunity to join the waiting list for family support.

Family Support: each child has an individual plan, which may involve one-to-one or small group work, focusing on social, communication, emotional, sensory and motor difficulties.

Advice Line: The advice line runs one afternoon every week. You can book a call with a member of the team, who will be able to give advice, recommendations, signposting and resources. Most calls last 45 minutes to 1 hour and are followed up with an email. You do not have to be on the waiting list to make an appointment. Families can book a call by emailing:

Resource Hub: there are a wide range of information resources for you and your children to download and use.

About Mustard Seed

Mustard Seed provides practical support to the whole family:
-direct work with autistic children
-parent workshops, advice and resources
-monthly sibling support groups.

Find out more

Mustard Seed

07980 636413




Odiham Cottage Hospital
Hampshire RG29 1NE

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