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Teaching and promoting the early play skills of children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder Training Course

Children with autism can often find it difficult to play independently and with peers. This course will provide an introduction to forms of early play skills; will look at the impact of autism on the development of play skills in young children; and will provide useful activities and techniques to build and promote early play skills with children with autism. From this course you will gain: • An overview of play and social interaction skills in young children • And understanding of play and social interaction skills in young children with autism • Opportunities to consider different approaches and teaching strategies to improve the play of children with autism • Useful examples of activities, games and materials to promote independent and shared play Who should attend: Teachers, teaching assistants, SENCOs, support staff, carers, play workers and parents

For more information, visit http://www.treehouse.org.uk/treehouse-services/development-and-policy/training-consultancy/th-training/

What
Course
When
17 June 2008 14:30 to 21:00
Where
London
Name
Jenny Phillips at TreeHouse
Contact Email
info@treehouse.org.uk
Contact Phone
020 8815 5444

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