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Promoting communication, reducing anxiety and behaviours that challenge.

A one-day course.

9:30 – 3:30


To provide an insight into the world of autism; develop an understanding of why people with autism may behave in a certain way and gain a greater understanding of how to support them more effectively.

Reduce unwanted behaviours by: identifying the underlying causes, pre-empting problematic situations, using appropriate tried and trusted, evidence-based strategies and interventions which are supportive and capable of meeting individual’s needs, without the individual having to resort to unwanted and challenging behaviours.

Course content:

  • Separating the Myths from the Facts
  • Identifying the three main areas of difficulty, (Triad of Impairments)
  • Understanding how people with autism interpret the world around them
  • Recognising the importance of effective communication
  • Gaining an overview of different communication systems
  • Recognising the triggers for behaviours that challenge
  • Creating a ‘tool bag’ of practical strategies and interventions to support individuals with autism.
  • Managing behaviours that challenge

Delegates will receive a Certificate of Completion.

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