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Starting anything new is scary, whether it’s school, therapy, or a new course of treatment – but it’s even more worrisome when you’ve had a negative experience.


Having felt like I'd been pushed out of mainstream education due to the lack of inclusion, and having tried countless therapists that just didn’t click, I've realised that finding the right provision for your needs can be hard to come by.


So I wanted to create a guide to these services, so you can have confidence in choosing the right next steps for you.

One Nation Studios

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With more than 16 years of developing people and providing alternative education, One Nation Studios offer bespoke sessions in music and design for young people who have special educational needs. Based in their professional but friendly studio environment, the team at ONS help to inspire the lives of young people to become more confident in their abilities.

Their focus is to enable young people to gain positive and professional media experiences, filling them with the confidence they need to achieve futures in their areas of interest.


Sessions at ONS can be purely engagement based, but can also be tailored to enable young people to achieve certified accreditations, ranging from bronze, silver and gold Arts Awards, NCFE qualifications, through to A-Level’s in Music and Music Technology. Whether you want to learn a new skill like the piano, learn how to record and produce an album, or learn how to turn your design concept into a reality, ONS has you covered.


“Thanks to James Cannock at One Nation Studios I finally have hope for my future after feeling pushed out of mainstream education due to my educational needs. He has completely changed my life for the better, and after seeing the difference his provision has made to my life and the lives of many others, he has inspired me to follow in his footsteps.” – Charlotte Faulconbridge

Recording studio with two male vocalists
Recording studio with mixing desk
Guitarist in recording studio


Tel: 07748788036


The Studio at 1a St Johns, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 4NE

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Inclusive Children's Therapy Services

Inclusive Children’s Therapy Services are a team of dedicated occupational therapy providers, specialising in the treatment of children and young people. They aim to maximise potential, develop independence, and to improve the quality of life of clients by supporting inclusion in all areas of daily living. The team specialise in working with children and young people with complex sensory needs.

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Occupational Therapist for Sensory Processing Disorder

Kylie Holdback is the director of Inclusive Children’s Therapy Services and is an Advanced Practitioner in Paediatric Occupational Therapy. She is highly versed in SEN tribunals, undertaking assessments for EHC Plans, and is an Advanced Practitioner in Sensory Integration.


“I have been working with Kylie since 2015, and she continues to make visible improvements to my daily living. She has provided unique strategies to help manage my chronic illness and sensory processing disorders, which has improved my quality of life significantly.” – Charlotte Faulconbridge


Whether your child needs help reaching developmental milestones, inclusively accessing the school curriculum, or being able to carry out essential activities for daily living, occupational therapy will facilitate these goals, enabling children and their families to achieve their desired learning and developmental outcomes.

Kenilworth Chiropractic Clinic

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Kenilworth Chiropractic Clinic was set up in 2007 by Chiropractors Peter and Cindy Townsend. Here at the clinic, we pride ourselves on being a very personable and friendly establishment where a fantastic service in comfortable surroundings is all part of getting our patients back to health and fighting fit. Our team works hard to ensure that the entire process is as pain free and easy as possible so that our patients can fully focus on their recovery.

Chiropractor from Kenilworth Chiropractic Clinic

Our team of fully qualified Chiropractors have over 110 years combined experience in providing specialist care for people of all ages. Our treatments ensure all patients receive the best care, and we are confident in our abilities to help all our patients, however serious their requirements may be.


Every Chiropractor we employ offers treatments for a variety of conditions including nerve issues, sciatica, knee and hip problems, slipped disc, back problems, shoulder issues, neck pain, headaches, sports injuries and a variety of muscle, trapped nerve, joint and nervous system problems. We are one of the largest Chiropractic clinics in the UK and a leading sports performance and injury clinic.

Coming from a medical family, Peter decided to become a Chiropractor after his father was greatly helped following a severe car accident. He qualified form the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in 2002, having gained an Honours Degree in Human Science and a Masters Degree in Chiropractic. Peter has since gone on to gain further qualifications in Dry Needling (acupuncture), Advanced rehabilitative techniques, Muscle testing and numerous soft tissue techniques.

“When I was diagnosed with my chronic illness, I found it difficult to weight bear due to intense pain and fatigue. There was no recommended treatment for my illness that was proven to be beneficial, so I embarked upon my own journey to try and ease my symptoms. I wasn’t expecting much when I made an appointment with Dr Townsend, as nothing had helped me so far. But nearly a decade later, I am so glad I went. The Chiropractic treatment that Peter has been providing me with ever since has made a life changing difference to my pain and fatigue. I am so grateful I found his practice.” – Charlotte Faulconbridge


Tel. 01926 865985


125 Warwick Road, Kenilworth, Warwickshire CV8 1HY - Tel. 01926 865 985

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Life Behind a Mask

I’m Emily, an Independent Autism Consultant and Advocate. I was formally diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder at the age of eighteen, and I had been deeply suffering with anxiety, depression and obsessive compulsive disorder since the beginning of adolescence.

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It took time for me to comprehend that I wouldn’t ‘grow out’ of my differences, and that instead I would have to learn to live amicably alongside them. To be told that you have a developmental disability is different from being told that you have a mental health disorder. The two are arguably equally as debilitating, but you can’t recover from a developmental disability. I recognised the agonising feelings of loneliness that are associated with late diagnosis; I felt them intensely. I also recognised the need for social connectedness, reliable information and support for individuals who were considering a diagnosis or attempting to navigate life following a diagnosis.


The need for change inspired me to develop Life Behind a Mask Consultancy, which was officially founded in 2022. Not only do I support my clients to prepare for formal autism assessments, but I also guide them to implement practical skills in an attempt to manage the challenges associated with executive dysfunction and emotional dysregulation, for example. My work is incredibly rewarding, and whilst I wish that people didn’t have to suffer as much as myself, I feel grateful to be a part of their journey to acceptance and understanding.

"Emily has an incredibly proactive way of helping her clients and all members of the neurodivergent community. Not only does she help clients virtually from all over the world, but she has recently set up an autism support group to connect people with others facing the same challenges. Her desire to educate, advocate, and to unite others with the same difficulties really inspires me." – Charlotte Faulconbridge


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