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PDA Society Conference 18th April 2018

The PDA Society are delighted to announce that tickets for our conference 'Our PDA Journey' on 18th April 2018 are now available to book. Booking will be on a first come, first served basis. We want to make the conference accessible to everyone who wants to come, but we do have a finite limit so early booking is advised.

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Surrey Joint Position Statement: PDA

New position statement from Surrey regarding PDA

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BAPS SEND Blog Awards

Congratulations to the four PDA related bloggers who have been nominated for the BAPS SEND Blogging Awards.

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Stephs Two Girls - This is Our PDA Story

Steph, author of the popular blog 'Steph's Two Girls' and the parent of a daughter with the PDA profile of autism, is looking for contributions from parents, carers or individuals with PDA to add to her series of 'My PDA Story' which she began a couple of years ago.

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Side by Side Coaching - One Day courses for Parents and Professionals

This one day course aims to improve the understanding of PDA for parents, teachers or other professionals living or working with children or young people who have a diagnosis or suspected as having PDA. Courses available in Jan 2018, Feb 2018 and March 2018.

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The Sen Jigsaw Conference - 21/04/18

The PDA Society will be attending the SEN Jigsaw Conference in Stoke on Trent on 21/04/18. We look forward to meeting parents and professionals with an interest in PDA at our stand.

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Challenge Consultancy - PDA in Children & Young People 11/12/17

Pathological Demand Avoidance training course from Challenge Consultancy and Training on 11/12/17 in Mansfield.

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Autism Conference - Peterborough 17/12/17

The PDA Society will be attending the Peterborough 'Autism Conference' on Sunday 17th December.

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PDA Awareness in Australia

We are delighted to share the wonderful news from PDAANZ that 'PDA Awareness' continues to grow in Australia.

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