What is Autism? – Professionals Workshop – 15 February 2022

Posted on: December 30, 2021

This in-person workshop will explore the history and theories of autism, outline the current diagnostic criteria of autism, and look at strategies to support autistic people.

This workshop is interactive with discussions, activities and plenty of time for questions throughout, however participants are welcome to be involved as much or as little as they feel comfortable. There will also be regular breaks which will provide essential time to network between participants and speak to the trainers on a 1:1 basis. Refreshments will be provided however participants are required to bring their own lunch.

Location: Doucecroft School, Abbotts Lane, Eight Ash Green, Colchester, CO6 3QL

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Location: Doucecroft School, Abbotts Lane, Eight Ash Green, Colchester, CO6 3QL

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