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Basic autism awareness training for all staff in early years settings ,
All participants will be able to :
•Identify the 4 key areas of difference that need to be taken into account when working with children with ASD
•Know the importance of understanding the individual child on the autism spectrum and their profile of strengths and weaknesses
•Identify the key areas to help children on the autism spectrum build positive relationships with staff and their peers
•Know that many children can be unusually sensitive to everyday sights, sounds, touch, taste and smell. This can affect their learning and emotional state.
Published: 25 June 2018
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The National Autistic Society
393 City Road
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