About this course
This short course is funded by Health Education England to help practitioners to understand the barriers experienced by autistic CYP in accessing educational and health services, to find examples of good practice and to develop innovative approaches of working with, rather than on or for, autistic CYP.
You will gain valuable learning in working with autistic children and young people in your service. A unique overview of best practice is provided through tuition on cutting edge research evidence and user participation highlighting the lived experiences of autistic people.
- Aims of the course
This course is designed to further knowledge and understanding of working with children and young people presenting with LD/ASC.
A unique overview of best practice is provided through tuition on cutting edge research evidence and user participation highlighting the lived experiences of autistic people.
- Who is this course suitable for?
This course is suitable for mental health professionals, social workers and nurses working in CAMHS, school voluntary support/peer groups and charity sectors.
- Cost - Funded places available
Places on this course have been funded by Health Education England.
If you are based in London or South East England, working in Local Authority, 3rd sector or NHS, or received an invitation from The Anna Freud Centre, you are eligible to attend this training at no cost to yourself.