The Autism Bundle

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The Autism Bundle

In ‘An introduction to Sensory Approaches for Learners with Autism’, we begin by outlining the specific difficulties experienced by learners with autism and the resultant impact on their learning. Next, we delve deeper in ‘Autism and Difficult Behaviour’ by examining the context of difficult behaviour and its triggers, suggesting effective strategies you can use. Finally, in ‘Introducing an Environmental Audit’, we outline how to use this practical tool to identify barriers to learning in the classroom and make effective changes to reduce these.

Sensory approaches for learners with autism:

The course outline:

Module 1: What is Autism?

Module 2: Sensory Differences in Autism

Module 3: Creating a Sensory Profile

Module 4: Using a Sensory Profile with positive and protective strategies in the classroom

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Conclusion

An introduction to sensory approaches for learners with autism

Each learner with autism is unique! We outline the specific sensory difficulties experienced by learners with autism and the resulting impact on their learning. You will explore simple but effective ways of profiling a learner’s needs and how to use this information to create a Sensory Profile. You will discover practical classroom strategies to support a learner with autism to be more successful in their learning.

Autism and difficult behaviour:

The course outline:

Module 1: Autism and difficult behaviour

Module 2: Communication and difficult behaviour

Module 3: Environment and difficult behaviour

Module 4: Support

Module 5: Planning

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Conclusion

Autism and difficult behaviour

Learners with Autism often have complex needs, which can be hard to meet. Difficult behaviour arises from unmet needs. We look at ‘difficult’ behaviour and its triggers and explore a range of practical, effective ideas and strategies to use.

Introducing an environmental audit

The course outline:

Module A: Why do we need an environmental audit?

Module B: Six key factors in the classroom environment

Module C: Using the environmental audit in your learning space

Module D: Practical suggestions following your environmental audit

Module E: A case study

 

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Conclusion

Introducing an environmental audit

Learners with sensory difficulties and autism or both may find it difficult to concentrate or learn in the classroom. This audit is a practical tool designed to help practitioners identify barriers to learning to make effective changes.

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Number of Users

50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100