Plymouth Early Years Inclusion Service supports pre-school children with additional needs and disabilities. The service includes several teams; these teams can provide support through home visits, nursery visits or by attending meetings with parents and professionals and in some cases they will support the children with transition into school. The support can be given in the child’s home or in their nursery, this is dependent on the needs of the child and the team involved. For children with social communication difficulties including those with a diagnosis of Autism, the Specialist Support Worker may provide an intensive intervention. This support is given in both pre-school and home with several visits each week. This will be provided over a maximum of 12 weeks. Working in both the home and the pre-school will enable individual support that is consistent in both places. The support given in pre-school helps the whole pre-school meet the needs of the child.