Looking at what the most common signs and symptoms of autism are and how to help prevent them from flourishing in life.
Identifying the criteria that must be met before a formal diagnosis can be made and what is included in the assessment. Life after assessment, when your fear becomes a reality, we will cover the various reactions families have.
Examples of what it’s like to be autistic, role play and simulation to help us to understand better.
We touch on what help is available to children with autism within education and how to encourage school to make reasonable adjustments to get the best out of the pupil.
Looking at children’s behaviour we suggest ideas and strategies that can be applied whether at school, at home or at work. We will also cover the different types of behaviour that challenges and give some examples. We will also offer suggestions on how to set boundaries for children to follow and how this will help improve their behaviour.