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Autism: Different Perceptions of the Complex World

03 March 2022 @ 16:00 - 18:30
This webinar will explore differences and show how they can be seen as a strength rather than a handicap to the individual.

Children and young people with autism often perceive their world very differently. These differences, once understood, can explain the reasons, responses and reactions to experiences in various contexts. 

This webinar will explore these differences and show how they can be seen as a strength rather than a handicap to the individual.

Learning Outcomes:

  • To understand how children and young people perceive the world differently from a typical population. 
  • To appreciation behaviours/actions which may arise because of these differences. 
  • To harness the strengths of these differences

The session will be delivered via ZOOM.

Audience: SENCos, Inclsion Managers, Teachers, TAs, Learning Mentors, Parents

Training led by: Lois M Addy MA (Ed) BSc (Hons) Psych. Dip COT SROT, SI-UK
Lois Addy is an independent SEND advisor and lecturer, teaching both nationally and internationally.  She has qualifications in occupational therapy, psychology and education, and has over 39 years’ experience in working with children with SEN; especially those with developmental coordination disorder (dyspraxia) and sensorimotor differences. Lois is the author of several books including ‘How to support children with sensory processing needs.

Cost: £57 + VAT/person Limited discounted places for parents are available on enquiry.

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Advanced booking is required to attend this event.

  • Adults: £57