An interactive training day which reveals the bigger picture of Autism, touches on co-occurring conditions such as ADHD and offers ideas and strategies to support and manage behaviour.
An interactive training day, which through shared experiences offers simple, practical advice and support.
The day will reveal the bigger picture of Autism, touching on co-occurring conditions such as ADHD and offer ideas and strategies to support and manage behaviour. Nothing suggested on the day is inappropriate or harmful for neuro-typical children, so even if you do not have a young person in your Section with a diagnosis you will find the day useful.
Leaders should bring a packed lunch with them, hot and cold drinks will be provided throughout the day.
All attendees will go away with resources to use back in their Section and a certificate of attendance.
The day does have an attendance limit, places will be given on a first come first served basis, so book early to avoid disappointment!
Any queries should be directed to Linda Thelwell via firstname.lastname@example.org
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Strategies and ideas are all entirely appropriate for all young people; many families and practitioners report a surprisingly positive affect on siblings and peers too.
|Start Date||13th May 2018|
|End Date||13th May 2018|
|Venue||BP Building, Raywell Park, Riplingham Road, Raywell, HU16 5YL|
|Contact Details||Linda Thelwell - dc@