ARC Scotland are delivering a series of half day autism workshops designed to be accessible to professionals, parents, carers and individuals on the autism spectrum. The aim of all of these workshops is to try to identify why an individual on the spectrum responds, thinks, behaves in the way they do and how we can support not only their understanding but our understanding of them.
All of the workshops focus on discussion to enable delegates to gain as much relevant information to their situation as possible. This supports the transfer of what is learned at the workshop into daily practice.
Autism Workshop Learning Outcomes
Developing Independence Skills – This workshop is relevant to children and adults
- To define independence skills in relation to individuals with an autism spectrum disorder.
- To understand the role of executive functioning in the development of independence skills.
- To learn how to develop independence skills through a variety of strategies.
- To understand the role of visual supports in developing independence skills.
Date of Training – 31 March 2020 9.30 am – 12.30 pm being held at ARC Scotland Offices, Hardengreen Business Centre, Eskbank, EH22 3NX.
£65 per person.
To book a place email [email protected]
or tel 0131 663 4444.