So, what is Beans?
The Beans team provides wrap around, individualised support for children and young people aged 0-25 who are suspected as neurodivergent within East and West Suffolk.
The team are also here to help educate and support parents, carers and siblings through their journey to ensure the whole family is supported and can navigate the world of neurodiversity.
We provide a range of activities and events tailored to suit those with different abilities and needs, such as forest school, silent outdoor cinema showings, sensory dome experiences and many more.
The beans team is made up of supportive profesionals with a mixture of lived and learnt experience of neurodiversity and are always happy to help.
What do we do?
We provide a variety of comprehensive support to suit the many different needs people have.
We also offer community groups, fun activities, drop in wellbeing sessions, events, our LEAF programme and sign posting to other support services under Access Community Trust.
Children & young people
Wrap around support for children/young people aged 0-15.
Groups & Drop-ins
Groups and drop ins for families, siblings and children.
Wrap around support for young people and adults aged 16-25.
Parent & Carer Support
If you care for someone that’s neurodivergent then we can help by answering questions, offering advice, running free workshops and being with you every step of the way.
A collective project that aims to improve mental health and wellbeing by learning from experience.
Activities & Events
Groups and drop ins for families, siblings and children that might not want or need that 1-to-1 support.
The Beans service operates in three different locations within east and west Suffolk.
Bury St Edmunds – Linden House, Kings Road, IP33 3DJ.
Saxmundham – Sax’cess House, 24 High Street, IP17 1AE.
Woodbridge – The Pavilion Café, Kingston Fields, IP12 4BA.