Details

Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) Profile of Autism

03 July 2020 @ 09:45 - 15:00
A unique one day course for parents/carers, educational and health & social care settings

 

 


 


This training covers:

  • What is PDA, how it relates to the Spectrum
  • What is a demand and how they make individuals with PDA feel
  • Panic attacks / meltdowns (why they happen)
  • Strategies to decrease anxiety and meltdowns
  • Look at collaborative and proactive solutions
  • The importance of trust
  • Diagnosis, SEN including education
  • Resources & signposting
  • Q & A time

The session is packed with information but due to time constraints is not designed as an interactive workshop.

Participants are requested to watch a 10 minute introductory webinar prior to attending the course: https://www.ndti.org.uk/our-work/our-projects/peoples-health/pda/ . This is to provide a basic understanding which then will allow for more time to cover strategies and questions.

Training led by: PDA Society
The PDA Society was first established in 1997 by parents of children with Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA), a profile on the autism spectrum. The PDA Society became a registered charity in January 2016, and is run by a small board of trustees who are all parents of children with PDA. They provide information, support and training for parents, carers, teachers and individuals with PDA.

Audience: Professionals from Education, Health & Social Care, Parents

Standard price: £80/person
Discounted places for parents are available on enquiry, please email yes@richmondschool.net.
Refreshments & buffet lunch included

Information Leaflet

Cancellations/Refunds: Cancellations of training events are subject to a 25% administration fee where the cancellation is made 3 weeks or more before the date of the event. No refund is payable for a cancellation made within 2 weeks prior to the training course – in this event the full sum shown on the invoice remains payable.

 

 

 

 

 

Advanced booking is required to attend this event.

  • Adults: £66.67