Autism Cymru: John Clements speaks at Positive Behavioural Support and ASD seminar
Thursday, 2 October 2008
Autism Cymru are pleased to welcome John Clements back to Wales on 25 November.
25 Nov 08, Seminar: Positive Behavioural Support and ASD
Speaker: John Clements
Venue: Conference Centre at Esis, Trefforest (9.30 - 4.30)
Cost: Professional £105, Parent of child with ASD £35
This inspirational seminar will examine current practice in relation to positive behavioural support & autism spectrum disorders (ASD), exploring approaches that are not only effective, but help the individual to move on from behavioural & emotional challenges. It introduces SUMS in this process: the development of Skills, Understanding, Motivation & Support. The seminar also explores models of understanding behaviour & how these are linked to both ASD & the person.
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