Autism Professionals Conference 2020
Feb 23 2021

Understanding stress and anxiety in autism

This course explores how you can help autistic children and adults to reduce stress and anxiety, how to understand behaviour, and how to support them during difficult times. Book the next virtual training date or choose a training option below.

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About the training

Stress and anxiety affect many autistic children and adults, causing significant distress that may be expressed in ways that challenge the person and others who struggle to understand them.This course is designed for anyone who works with autistic children or adults and already has an understanding of autism.

We recommend this course to all practitioners because anxiety and stress are such a difficulty for many autistic people. We must understand why this is if we are to provide support that works and makes a lasting difference.

Our interactive virtual training delivery model ensures we are proud to deliver the exact same learning outcomes for you as our face to face training course, in a learner friendly and accessible way. We split our learning into 4 x 1 ½ hour sessions to maintain delegate engagement and cater for different learning styles; these sessions will be delivered over two separate days.
 
Your training will be delivered by one of our experienced and knowledgeable training consultants and includes interactive activities and/or discussions. The course includes a training handout, opportunity to hear autistic perspectives; this may be through films, quotes from autistic people or the inclusion of a speaker by experience and signposting to relevant literature and resources.

Trainer: Niki Daniel

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Where?

Live online training on a scheduled date, £150 + VAT, see date options and book online

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Date and time?

23/02/2021

CPD Accreditation

  • This module is accredited by the CPD Certification Service (the leading CPD accreditation institution) as conforming to continuing professional development principles.
  • Learners will receive a certificate of completion which can be used as verifiable documentary evidence when submitting CPD recording forms.
  • For further information on the CPD Certification service please visit the CPD website. 
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