Purchase all five modules at once and only pay for the cost of four. This suite of online training modules focuses on helping front-line professionals develop a better understanding of autism and gain confidence in interacting with people on the autism spectrum.
This awareness course is designed to increase the attendees understanding of autism and the autistic spectrum disorders. The course will explore the history of autism and the associated stereotypical behaviours.
This module provides perspectives from people on the autism spectrum about how autism is defined and experienced. The module will enable learners to recognise the strengths and challenges experienced by many autistic people and how to respond to create enabling environments.
This module explores how to recognise communication differences for autistic people and what factors impact upon successful communication. This will allow learners to respond to communication differences to effectively support people on the autism spectrum.
This introductory module explores how people respond to information from the senses and how this can be experienced differently by autistic people. Learners will be better able to recognise the impact of these differences for autistic people and how to respond to sensory needs to provide effective s
This introductory module explores the differences in how autistic people experience stress and anxiety. Learners will explore the factors that impact on stress and anxiety, in order to provide effective support to reduce the impact of stress and anxiety on autistic people.
This module explores providing support for people on the autism spectrum and their families. Learners will discover the experiences of families, consider common difficulties and acquire effective approaches for support.
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the autism spectrum focusing on the delivery of sport.Recognising and understanding the key areas of difficulty experienced by both the participants and the session leaders is vital to providing effective support.
Our 'Autism and the police service' course aims to make the police more aware of autism spectrum disorders and give them a better understanding of autism and ways in which they can offer support to individuals on the spectrum.
All children have a right to be protected from abuse, but children on the autism spectrum can present professionals with particular difficulties in identifying abuse as some of the indicators of abuse can appear to be the same as some indicators of autism.