What is the Right to Choose? 

The Right to Choose is an initiative that allows patients more flexibility and choice in their healthcare providers. This means you can choose the provider that best meets your needs, ensuring you receive the most appropriate care for your specific circumstances. 
All children, young people and families will initially be offered an assessment (remotely or face to face) where the practitioner will work collectively to provide clients with a psychological understanding of their difficulties; identifying, where relevant, the presence of any specific diagnosable condition/s. We will provide a written report which includes plans and recommendations for help. Where appropriate, we can provide follow-on therapy, support, guidance and parenting courses. 
Why Choose Seven Care Services? 
Personalised Care Plans 
At Seven Care Services, we understand that every individual is unique. We work closely with you and your family to ensure that the care provided aligns with your personal needs and preferences. Our goal is to provide compassionate and professional care that enhances your quality of life. 
Experienced Professionals 
Our team consists of highly trained and compassionate care professionals who are dedicated to providing excellent care. Whether you require personal care, medical assistance, or specialised services, our staff are equipped with the skills and knowledge to support you. 
Comprehensive Support 
From daily personal care to more complex medical needs, we offer a wide range of services to ensure all aspects of your health and well-being are addressed. Our comprehensive support means you can have peace of mind knowing that all your care needs are being met by one trusted provider. 

How to Access Our Right to Choose Service for Autism Assessments 

Accessing our Right to Choose service for autism assessments is simple and straightforward. Here’s how you can start: 
Initial Contact: Reach out to us via phone, email, or our online contact form to express your interest in our services. Our team will gather some preliminary information and answer any questions you may have 
GP Referral: To complete an autism assessment under the Right to Choose scheme, a referral from your GP is required. We can guide you through this process and provide any necessary information to assist your GP 
Commencement of Services: Once we receive the referral from your GP, our care team will begin providing the autism assessment services as agreed. We will continuously monitor your care and make adjustments as needed to ensure your satisfaction and well-being. 
Contact Us Today 
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about our 
Right to Choose service for autism assessments, please contact us: 
Phone: 03300 581681 
Email: mail@sevencareservices.org 
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