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Socialeyes facilitator training

SocialEyes is an approach to learning social skills and developing social understanding for people on the autism spectrum and is primarily suitable for people with Asperger syndrome (age 16+ years). A learning resource has been developed with people with autism and Asperger syndrome, alongside professionals in the field. This interactive two-day facilitator course will help you learn how to use the resource to facilitate the SocialEyes programme and give people on the autism spectrum the tools they need to participate more fully in the world. Course overview: The SocialEyes programme; Why it is important to support people on the autism spectrum to develop social understanding; How to facilitate the SocialEyes programme using the five-step process; Using role play to help people practice and explore social scenarios; Using filmed scenarios to develop social understanding; Exercises to extend and reinforce the use of social strategies; Practical guidance in setting up your own SocialEyes programme with individuals or groups; How to adjust and personalise SocialEyes pack to different need and ages (Including children); and How to adjust and personalise SocialEyes pack to different need and ages (including children). This course will concentrate on exploring one designed module which will lead to understanding of using SocialEyes approach; and Exploring practical ideas and strategies suitable to your own groups and individuals. Benefits of attending: Develop an understanding of how the SocialEyes programme supports people on the autism spectrum with social skills development; Understand how to use the SocialEyes resource to facilitate your own SocialEyes groups; Be more confident in using various methods to support people on the autism spectrum to practice and explore social strategies; Be aware of how to set up and facilitate your own SocialEyes sessions; Have the opportunity to ask questions about how to facilitate SocialEyes sessions; and Practical knowledge and feedback about running session, additional resources and ideas which may enhance social skills learning.

Record Type: Seminars and workshops
Who to Contact
Shauna Fleming
TCC Administrator
Training, Consultancy and Conferencing, The National Autistic Society
Central Chambers, First Floor
109  Hope Street
Glasgow
G2 6LL
Tel: 0141 285 7117
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Email: training.bookings@nas.org.uk
Upcoming events
22 Mar 2018 - 23 Mar 2018 (Inclusive)
Birmingham
2 days
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Coverage
United Kingdom
Caters For
All genders
Not Specified
Aimed At
Professional
Event Keyword
Social Skills

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