Upcoming Courses and Events

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August
29th  - PDA Society webinar with Libby Hill on PDA & how speech/language therapy can help


September

11th- Help4Psychology - Managing your child with PDA , Norwich
13th - PDA Society webinar with Laura Kerby & Angela Kelly on PDA and family resilience
19th - PDA Workshop, Peterborough
22nd - Side by Side Coaching One Day courses for Parents and Professionals, London
23rdPDA Society attending About Autism exhibition, Wirral
29th - North Wales 2nd Annual Conference, Wrexham
29th - PAST Course- Parenting children who present with Pathological Demand Avoidance - Dorking 
 


October
3rd-  PAST Course-Non Accredited Pathological Demand Avoidance Training for Professionals-TBC
8th-  PAST-Support Group for parents  and carers of Children with Autism, PDA and Challenging Behaviour.- The Medicine Garden, Cobham 
9th-  PAST Course- Accredited Pathological Demand Avoidance Training for Professionals - TBC 
10th -PDA Society webinar with Alison Hart on PDA and sensory processing 
12thNAS PDA conference, Reading
20thSide By Side Coaching One Day courses for Parents and Professionals,  Redhill, Surrey
25th- PAST Training- Siblings Training - Great Bookham 



November
 

13th- PAST in Collaboration with Can-Do Courses- Autism / PDA Half Day Workshops - London 10.00am - 12.30pm - Autism 
13th- PAST in Collaboration with Can-Do Courses- Autism / PDA Half Day Workshops - London 1.30pm - 4.00pm - PDA
16th –  Autism Associates seminar for educational professionals, Nottingham
21st - PDA Society webinar with Phil Christie and Ruth Fidler on PDA and education strategies
22nd - 
Help4Psychology - Managing children with Autism and PDA in school
23rd – NAS course on PDA strategies for school staff, Manchester


December
 
2018

7th February – Side By Side Coaching One Day courses for Parents and Professionals, Wolverhampton
7-8th March – NAS professionals conference
18th April – PDA Society conference, Birmingham
15th May – PDA Action Day

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