This course aims to help attendees gain an awareness of autism, including the history of autism and various autistic spectrum disorders. The course emphasis is on sensory perception so delegates can try to understand what it feels like to have autism.
Delegates will also learn the skills needed to deliver person-centred care and support, how to adapt communication and the environment and how to better understand the behaviours of those with autism.
Benefits Of Attending:
Know the history and background of autism
Know different conditions and common features within the autistic spectrum
Understand the triad of impairment
Be able to understand what it is like to have autism through sensory perception
Know the supportive interventions and practical approaches to help those with autism
Gain the skills needed to deliver person-centred care
What This Course Covers:
The history and background of autistic spectrum conditions
Current thinking and theory related to autistic spectrum conditions
The different conditions and common features within the autistic spectrum
Practical approaches to helping those with autism, including person-centred support, communication techniques and sensory rooms/systems
Who Should Attend:
This course is aimed at any individuals, but in particular health and social care workers, who support individuals with autism and who want a basic awareness of the autistic spectrum.
Upon completion of the full day course, attendees will receive a certificate of attendance.
Minimum Recommended Refresher Frequency:
Every 3 years
How to Contact us
1. Call 0114 2472772
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