Your Autism Awareness Month Toolkit

Join us this April and explore our toolkit of essential resources to help support children and young people with autism, including free short courses, webinars, videos, blogs and more!

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Enhanced content: Autism Spectrum Disorder course

Take your understanding of autism to the next level with our online ASD course, rated 4.5 out of 5 by our community. In partnership with Lou Duran, Head of Autism Services, the course has been updated to explore how ASD presents in girls, and their support needs. CPD certified for 20 hours learning, the start date is flexible to suit your needs.

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Free short course

Autism for Parents

Aimed at parents and carers, this free course from OLT provides a fantastic insight for anyone who supports a child with autism. It’s available to start immediately and contains lots of video interviews of parents of children with autism.

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Now available on catch up!

Identifying the needs of girls with ASD

Louise Batalla-Duran, discusses the often invisible and undiagnosed needs of girls with ASD. This unmissable webinar looks at the ways parents and educators can work together to both identify and implement strategies that reduce anxiety and challenging behaviours. Watch on demand now and discover how girls with ASD can learn to thrive at home and in school.

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On your radar: Girls with autism spectrum disorder

Are you aware that some girls in your school might have autism and are hiding in plain sight? Aimed at teachers, teaching support staff and parents/caregivers, this 7-minute video will help identify the hidden needs of girls on the autistic spectrum and support you in responding to your pupils/daughters’ triggers.

Watch now on YouTube
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Expert blog

How to differentiate for autism in the classroom

From multisensory aids to the development of social skills, expert blogger Sarah Lucia shares her personal experiences and offers teaching professionals practical advice and interventions to help support students with autism in the classroom.

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Help support Autism awareness month!

Join us this April for Autism Awareness month as we share our top resources, inspirational stories and tips about how to support children and young people with autism.

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