Empowering People, Launching lives
A centralised resource where parents/carers and professionals can access a wide range of information, tools, and support support related to understanding and supporting autistic individuals.
In this lunch and learn we will explore the challenges associated with toileting. It will focus on strategies that can be used to increase independence around toileting. It will also highlight different approaches to toileting and some prerequisite skills that can be built before toileting.
Explore key characteristics of a PDA profile, and approaches to support and strategies to reduce anxiety.
Learn about factors that can lead to dysregulation as well as proactive and reactive strategies to help support
Hear personal experiences of masking and explore what masking is, the signs to look out for and the impact that masking can have
This session explores what is meant by ‘resilience’ and provides suggestions and strategies on developing resilience
This session explores the implementation of a school wide positive behaviour support (SWPBS) model in a Special Needs School.
This lunch and learn covers the common eating challenges and patterns associated with autism before looking at strategies for intervention.
An in-depth look at the ‘behaviour cycle’ – a visual tool used to bring those supporting a learner, together.
An opportunity to explore a range of resources, approaches and ideas for preparing learners for the summer holidays – including suggestions for families.
Exploring factors that may contribute to autistic children and young adults experiencing difficulties attending school and strategies to support.
This lunch and learn explores the experiences of autistic females and the gender diagnosis gap.
Suggested approaches and strategies for reducing the ‘cliff edge’ from further education into adult life.
Take away strategies for how to manage sensory needs in a variety of different environments.
Identifying behaviour analytic principles that can be implemented to make the classroom a truly accessible learning environment
What does an adaptive curriculum look like and how can this be delivered?
We explore what person-centred plans are, and why they are effective in building provision and support for autistic learners.
Taking a look at collaborative thinking and how no single discipline can work in isolation. It takes all of us, all of the time.
Discover ways in which you can support communication within the autistic population, and learn some simple strategies to use in the classroom
A look into the statistics and barriers around autism and employment as well as strategies from our employability toolkit to improve access to meaningful employment.
How to effectively prepare learners for an independent life, looking at Preparation for Adulthood and ways to creatively teach young adults
From life-impacting events to smaller, daily occurrences, we all deal with change. Here are some practical solutions to support people coping with transitions
Looking at the importance of resilience in families in supporting their autistic child. A journey that may look different, but with the same ultimate destination.
Exploring person-centred plans and how they can be effective in building support for autistic learners.
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