Children with autism, who struggle to cope at school, are being given help in a specially adapted bungalow in Leicester.
Staff teach them ways of coping in a world that feels alien to them. Once they gain confidence and develop social communication skills, many can then return to mainstream education.
Dafydd has Aspergers Syndrome which is at the milder end of the autistic spectrum. But it meant he couldn't cope at main stream school and was eventually sent to a boarding school for children with special needs.
That package set up for David allowed him to discover a talent for music and he has since taken two A-Levels in the subject. Bungalow 66 as it is known was officially opened on Friday 14th June.
It caters for children with autism who cannot cope with mainstream education, staff show them that autism is not a barrier to doing well at school.
Ryan is another of their success stories, he has just done an IT A-Level despite missing a lot of school form the age of twelve.
Around one in 100 people have an autistic spectrum disorder but yet places like this are rare and according to the council they are cost effective.
From being a confused and disruptive child to a talented musician, he wants to do voluntary work before he goes to university. David has proved that with the right help, children with autism can achieve the full potential.