An introduction to autism
Online Recovery College Courses (18+)
This two and a half hour workshop provides an introduction to autism spectrum disorder and how it may affect those diagnosed from the perspective of someone diagnosed with autism in adulthood.
We will answer questions such as: What is autism? What is meant by a ‘spectrum’? What is it like to live with autism? What is ‘sensory overload’? What is ‘meltdown’? What are the positive features of autism? What can others do to support people with autism effectively?
This course is for anyone interested in learning more about autism. It is an introductory course so if you already know a lot about autism it may not be suitable for you. The course may be suitable for people who are wondering about pursuing a diagnostic assessment for themselves or a family member, for family members of people who have just been diagnosed or people who know an autistic person at work or socially and would like to know more about the condition. The session will include discussion, videos and written information. There will be an opportunity to ask questions of the facilitators.
At Online only
Start dates and time
|Term Spring/Summer||Monday||20 March 2023||12:30-3pm||1 weeks|
How do I enrol?
You are not referred to the Recovery College, you can simply enrol yourself, or on behalf of someone, for any of our courses that may be of interest to you. Our courses are open to all adults and we welcome carers, supporters and professionals too.
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