Training / Event Details

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Using Social Stories

Outline

Understand where Social Stories and associated strategies can be used. Writing Social Stories.

Description

Autism is a lifelong complex developmental disability that affects the way a person communicates and relates to people around them. These two short courses lead on from the introduction to autism spectrum course.

The course will show participants how Social Stories (as developed by Carol Gray) are a highly effective tool in teaching pupils social rules, helping children with ASD to understand a small part of their social world and behave appropriately within it.

The Autism Spectrum Team can also offer INSET and consultancy which can be tailored to your setting’s specific requirements.

Funded for Luton participants/schools. Academies/out of borough establishments will be charged £87.50 per person.

Where participants have registered and are accepted onto courses there is an expectation that cancellation is made via the schoolsupport.luton.gov.uk website within forty eight working hours of the course start time if they are unable to attend. It is the responsibility of the attendee to sign the register otherwise this will count as non-attendance. Failure to do so will result in being charged £25 per delegate place.

Delegates who attend this session without booking a place will be charged £25.00 per place in addition to any course fee.

Outcomes

To assess and consider where Social Stories may be a useful and appropriate strategy.

To introduce participants to developing, writing and adapting their own Social Stories

Booking Information

Stationery for note taking.

Audience

Primary/ Secondary mainstream and specialist settings and Private Voluntary and Independent settings

18 Apr 2018 09:30 - 12:30

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Special Educational Needs - Autism Spectrum Team
Contact Provider

Date and Time

18 Apr 2018 09:30 - 12:30

Venue

‘Jade Room’ at Richmond Hill School (West), Sunridge Avenue, Luton LU2 7JL

Trainer

Karen Thomas, Chloe Bishop & David Whalley