We are a social enterprise for neurodiverse children and young people, and everyone who works alongside them. We work with families, schools and sports organisations to provide practical inclusion strategies that can be used in all areas of life.
Why does action matter?
Neurodiverse children deserve active, fun and fulfilling lives.
But too often, young people are let down by systems that don’t understand them or meet their needs. And over time, this can lead to school exclusion, anxiety and isolation.
As a community of parents, education experts, and neurodiverse people, we aim to share knowledge and strategies to build a fairer world for all children. We believe in taking action early and attaining positive outcomes.
Our services are safe spaces for people to show up, be themselves and have fun, while learning communication skills for life.
From Saturday morning football groups, to parent workshops and school INSET, our sessions and training have been developed by people with lived experience and neurodiversity experts.
We support diagnosed and undiagnosed young people, including those who have autism, ADHD, dyspraxia, dyslexia, social communication or sensory processing differences.
Our Community & Partners
Having fun, sharing knowledge, and building resilient communities is at the heart of everything we do. We work with organisations including sports clubs and activity groups, schools, and education professionals to provide our services.
Action-attainment was founded by Samantha Silver, social entrepreneur and mother of three neurodiverse children. Our core team is made up of a group of parents and neurodiverse people whose lived experience informs all we do.
Taking action is nothing short of life-changing. Read some action stories, and find out how we could support you.
“You are changing lives.”
“You underestimate what you do for families.”
“My daughter is standing at least two inches taller!”
“I’m interacting with my son in a way I didn’t think possible.”
“At first, I was scared. Now I want to score a goal.”
– Young person
“I’ll be a better teacher because of this.”
“You’ve helped us see the whole child.”
We are a not-for-profit community interest company, and our activities are made possible by funding from our generous donors and friends who share our aims.