We run regular online workshops covering a variety of autism related topics including:
This workshop is an opportunity to gain a better understanding of the co-existing mental health conditions that can occur alongside autism.
This workshop is an opportunity to explore what social vulnerability is, why someone with autism is more likely to be at risk of social vulnerability, and what support strategies can support against social vulnerability.
This workshop is an opportunity to explore empathy and some of the challenges individuals with autism can face regarding understanding other people's thoughts, views, and feelings.
This workshop is an opportunity to gain a better understanding of the diverse types of communication including non-verbal communication.
This workshop is suitable for parents and professionals who are exploring the transition for a young person into adulthood and would like to learn and develop skills and strategies to support them when making this transition.
This workshop explores what behaviours and emotions are, and how parents and professionals can support people with autism to understand their behaviours and emotions, as well as looking at strategies to reduce anxiety and stressful situations.
To book upcoming online workshops, look below. If none are visible, we will be adding workshops as we organise them.
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This workshop is an opportunity to explore some challenges individuals with autism can face when understanding other people's emotions.
This workshop has been designed for support staff and professionals to explore what behaviours and emotions are.
This virtual workshop will give learners a more in-depth understanding of the signs and symptoms of mental health conditions and how to access professional support when needed.
This workshop is designed for parents and family members of someone with Autism, it’s an opportunity to explore what social vulnerability is.