child and adult autism assessment

Helping you find joy in your uniqueness


Our Services and Pricing

Pebble Autism provide autism assessments for children aged 5-18 and adults 19 plus.

We understand that individuals and families who come to us have often had a history of difficult experiences and that seeking an autism assessment can be daunting. Here at Pebble Autism we make every effort to make the assessment process as smooth and stress-free as possible. 

Prior to the assessment we gather background information and sometimes ask for screening questionnaires to be completed to ensure that you are making the right choice in pursuing an autism assessment.

Each assessment involves taking a detailed history of concerns, in the case of child assessment this includes taking a detailed developmental history. We also administer the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule-2 (ADOS-2).

Due to social distancing guidelines we currently take the developmental history via video link such as Zoom. The ADOS-2 is administered face to face either at the family home or at our clinic room in Leamington Spa. 

Child autism assessments start from £1750. Prices can vary depending on distance we would need to travel and whether a school observation is required.

Adult autism assessments start at £1350. Again the price can vary depending on distance travelled.

Following assessment we produce a detailed report with recommendations. 


Meet the team


Dr Chris Morrell

DClinPsy, MSc, BSc(Hons), AFBPS, RegHCPC

Chartered Clinical Psychologist

Chris is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist who has specialised in working with autistic children, adolescents and young adults for many years. Chris is passionate about raising autism awareness and has delivered autism awareness training and consultation to schools, colleges and universities around the country. He has a particular interest in the assessment of girls with autism.


Chris recognises and understands that the people he assesses are often experiencing anxiety about meeting someone new and being in an unfamiliar environment. He prides himself on being able to engage the people he meets and on his ability to help them feel relaxed and understood.

Sue Moon

Specialist Speech and Language Therapist

Sue specialises in working with people with social communication difficulties including autism. She has worked in mainstream and special schools and as an independent therapist with a particular interest in identifying and supporting women and girls with autism. Since 2015 Sue has also worked as a Consultant Therapist to St Andrew Healthcare as a member of their Multi-disciplinary Adult Complex Autism Assessment Service. Working with both adults and children gives Sue an insight into how social communication and interaction strengths and needs can change across the lifespan.

Through her clinical work, Sue has seen firsthand how the correct diagnosis can help people to develop a sense of identity and gain self-acceptance, having a life-changing impact on their mental health and well-being. 


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"Both Sue and Chris are lovely and did a wonderful job at putting us all at ease"

"on a personal level, I believe the diagnosis has given answers to questions that provide reassurance to both child and parents"

"the experience we had all exceeded expectations and we are very glad we found this service"