Autism Spectrum Disorders

Supporting Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Does your child struggle with social interactions? Are they sensitive to sounds, lights, or touch? Do changes in routine cause them significant distress? Have you noticed difficulties in starting or maintaining conversations and communicating effectively?

These signs are commonly associated with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) in children.

It’s important to note that the symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can vary in intensity, making it challenging to identify at times.

In some cases, children with autism may seem to follow a typical developmental path before the age of 1 or 2 but then undergo a sudden regression where they lose language or social skills they had previously acquired. Seeking support and understanding during this period is crucial for both you and your child.

Autism spectrum disorders can significantly impact a child’s life, affecting their ability to concentrate, learn and thrive in various environments.

 We are here to help

We’re here to help you navigate these challenges and support your child’s development.

The Cluas Programme is specially designed to provide personalised support and an evidence-based approach to support children with autism spectrum disorders.

Meet Jake

Jake hears too much and puts his hands over his ears, he does not like being cuddled or touched. Jake speaks very little, and when he does, he repeats words or phrases out of context. He loves music, especially nursery rhymes. He generally wants to play alone, finding it very difficult to share and play with others. He gets bored easily and does not spend long at any one activity. Jake often spins around and flaps his hands or touches his fingers.


The middle ear contains two tiny muscles called the hammer muscle and the stirrup muscle, both of these muscles are involved in filtering sounds. If these muscles are not working well, a person may hear too much or be very sensitive to sound and will not be able to listen to what is important. The Cluas Programme reduces this sensitivity and helps tune children into the sounds of speech.

We created a custom programme for Jake. He has become less sensitive to sound. He now speaks in longer sentences and more appropriately. He has begun to play with the other children and be less demanding.

Discovering Cluas

He now spins and flaps a lot less, thanks to the work of his Cluas programme using classical music to work on Jake’s vestibular system in the inner ear, which controls his balance coordination and muscle tone.

His mother says that he is much happier in himself and is communicating more often and more easily with his family.

  • Niall, age 5 – Autism Spectrum Disorder, Speech & Language Difficulties

    “…Since doing the Cluas program his speech and communication has improved drastically. His understanding has also improved and his Speech and Language therapist is amazed at the rate of improvement…”

    Read more about what our clients say

Frequently Asked Questions

Specific programmes for your child

At the core of the Cluas programme is a unique system of sound stimulation. Our programme uses music to retrain and improve your child’s auditory processing skills. We use specialised sound equipment, to retrain the way the children gather and process information

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How can Cluas help? 

If your child is facing autism spectrum disorder, you don’t have to navigate the journey alone. We’re here to help.
Together, we can unlock your child’s full potential, build essential skills, and create a brighter future.

Take the first step & contact us today