If you work with autistic children or adults you’ll be aware that the autistic sensory world can feel quite different and this can have an impact on people’s daily life and behaviour. If you’d like to understand more about this and learn practical ways of giving positive support, join us for this one day course.
- the sensory world of autistic people
- sensory systems and sensory processing
- how individuals are affected
- impacts on daily life
- behaviour and sensory sensitivities
- the evidence base: what does research tell us?
- sensory strategies
- direct interventions and environmental strategies.
Who should attend?
Anyone who’d like to know more about autism and sensory issues will find this course useful. You’ll need an understanding of autism before you attend the course.
There’s an overwhelming amount of information available about the effects of autism on people’s sensory world. This one-day course gives you a complete overview of sensory issues, information you can trust, and strategies that National Autistic Society professionals use successfully in their own work.
You’ll meet fellow practitioners and work with a National Autistic Society trainer who has many years’ experience of supporting autistic people. On completion of the course you can join Network Autism, our online professionals’ forum.
Continued Professional Development
This course is certified by the CPD Certification Service and you will receive a certificate of attendance detailing the hours of training that are relevant for CPD. Please ask us if you’d like to know more about how to use this as evidence of your CPD, or visit www.cpduk.co.uk.
In-house training for organisations: £1350 + VAT.
Price includes all expenses and training materials for up to 25 delegates.
Individuals attending scheduled training event: £185 + VAT.