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Teaching and promoting early language development and communication with children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder Training Course

Children with autism often struggle to understand and use language in socially communicative ways. This course will provide insights into the barriers and obstacles that may prevent children with ASD from understanding and using language and communication. Examples of strategies and activities which can aid communication development will be discussed and demonstrated, with an emphasis on working in partnership with professionals and parents/carers to ensure communication is functional and used across settings. From this course you will gain: • An understanding of the difficulties that children with autism face in understanding and using language and communication • The opportunity to look at a range of strategies and activities that can promote language and communication development in children with autism • Information and suggestions to ensure that language and communication skills are functional and meaningful for the child • Opportunities to discuss ways of working in partnership with parents and multi-disciplinary teams Who should attend? Teachers, teaching assistants, SENCOs, speech and language therapists, parents, carers

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14 July 2008 14:30 to 21:00
Jenny Phillips at TreeHouse
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020 8815 5444

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