Welcome to express
We are a 'not for profit' community organisation based in the borough of Kingston upon Thames. express has been our vision for a number of years and was formalised in Spring 2012 and registered as a Community Interest Company in September 2012.
We have progressed rapidly and now have offices in Tolworth running lots of different services but we still have lots to do until we serve our first express coffee from our ultimate goal, a purpose built autism hub in the heart of the community, a place for everyone.
To find out more about our plans watch our video.
Latest News & Events
Express Nominated for a National Diversity Award !!
We were delighted to have received notice that we have been nominated for the National Diversity Awards 2018 !!
Thank you so much for the nomination and all the lovely votes with amazing endorsements, we blushed! So nice to know we are appreciated and we in turn appreciate the kind words and time people took to nominate and vote for us!
We will keep you posted!
Express Coffee Morning @ The Rose
4th July 2018
Please do come along for Coffee & Cake at the Rose Theatre, meet other parents/carers and share information and experiences.
Find out more from the Express team, who will be there to talk to you about the groups and services we offer:
NEW Buds@Express - an early intevention program for pre-schoolers
Counselling Service Art
Parent Support Groups - including specific groups:
TYA, MUM's & DAD's as well as a general support group
Pre & Post Diagnosis Support as well as specific
EHCP & DLA Support
We look forward to seeing many of you there.
Express' Therapeutic Services for Children and Families
click on images for a referral form and send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our first step is to evidence need so please if you have not already done so complete our short survey as soon as possible, and spread the word!
Listen to our audioboos for KVAs Impact Aloud programme now uploaded :) You can listen here.
LB is short for Laughing Boy, the name used online for Connor Sparrowhawk. Connor was a fit and healthy young man, who loved buses, London, Eddie Stobart and speaking his mind. Connor had autism and epilepsy. On the 19 March 2013, he was admitted to hospital (Slade House Assessment and Treatment Unit run by Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust). He drowned in the bath on 4 July 2013. An entirely preventable death. http://lbbill.wordpress.com/