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Apr 2020


Apr 14 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
£15.00 91 tickets left

THIS WORKSHOP WILL BE HOSTED ON ZOOM, ATTENDEES WILL BE MAILED A MEETING CODE PRIOR TO THE EVENT. 'Are parents and professionals missing the signs of autism in girls?' (Kate Reynolds) Autism is often described as the 'exaggerated male brain' and certainly there is prevalence in diagnosis with current National Autistic Society figures showing that only 1 in 4 diagnoses are female. Is this really an accurate picture though? Are boys really more susceptible to this condition? In this course,…

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ONLINE Autism Awareness

Apr 23 @ 8:00 pm
ONLINE United Kingdom + Google Map
£15.00 97 tickets left

THIS IS NOW AN ONLINE ZOOM WORKSHOP.  ONCE YOUR TICKET HAS BEEN PURCHASED YOU WILL BE SENT A LINK TO ACCESS THE EVENT. The aim of this workshop for parents / carers is to raise awareness of ASD and how this can impact on individuals with the condition. The session provides an overview of the key characteristics of Autistic Spectrum Disorder, looks at how ASD is diagnosed and considers the wide-ranging needs of individuals with the condition at different ages.…

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Apr 28 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
£15.00 95 tickets left

THIS WORKSHOP WILL BE HOSTED ON ZOOM - LINKS TO ACCESS THIS ONLINE EVENT WILL BE PROVIDED BEFORE THE SESSION. Does your child or children you work with struggle with noise, movement, touch? Are they always seeking sensory feedback or do they not register pain or discomfort? The Contented Child brings you sensory processing difficulties. A workshop, for professionals and parents who have a child with sensory processing difficulties (SPD). The workshop looks at how sensory processing difficulties may present…

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Jun 2020

How To Run Lego Therapy Intervention

Jun 9 @ 12:45 pm - 2:45 pm
Fort Luton, Magpie Hall Road
Chatham, United Kingdom
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£20.00 23 tickets left

Lego Therapy was originally developed for children with autism but brick building has been and continues to be used therapeutically with children with other social skill difficulties and communication difficulties including language impairment and social use of language. It promotes development of key communication skills, including attention and listening, vocabulary and concept development, sharing, collaboration, describing and explaining, turn taking, problem solving and conflict resolution. The course will equip the attendees with the theory behind therapeutic brick building and Lego…

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