Family Support

    Queensmill Family Support Service

    Queensmill has its own Family Support Practitioner who provides a link between home and school for our students, working collaboratively with parents and carers. 
    Eleni Pantopikou's role includes providing support through:
    • Home visits
    • Workshops and coffee mornings
    • Sibling groups
    • Sign posting to relevant services
    Eleni is also able to assist in the following areas:
    • Emotional and wellbeing support
    • Transferring and modelling autism-specific strategies from school to home (e.g. PECS, TEACCH, Sensory Strategies)
    • Behaviour management
    • Preparing for and attending medical appointments
    • Preparing for and accessing community activities 
    • Transition to adult services
    • Advising on and facilitating access to support groups
    • Completing charity applications/grants for special equipment

    Q - Sibs






    Queensmill offer an exciting opportunity for the brothers and sisters of Queensmill students to meet on occasions and share experiences.

    In the meetups which we have held on a saturday morning siblings are able to:

    • Meet other brothers and sisters of children with Autism
    • Discuss day to day experiences and the sometimes difficult parts of having a sibling with Autism
    • Have lots of fun with group activities 
    • Learn more about Autism and coping strategies
    • Use the opportunity to ask any question they may have



    If you require any further information on the Family Support offered by Queensmill please contact the school on the main number or send an email to