LATEST NEWS

PDA Workshop- Peterborough

PDA Workshop – Peterborough – Tuesday 19th Sept 2017 – 10am to 3pm We’re delighted to announce the first of our training events for Autumn 2017 and we’ll be announcing further dates and venues towards the end of August in a range of locations including London, Warrington, Leamington Spa and Wales.

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North Wales 2nd Annual Conference, Friday 29/09/17

This is an excellent opportunity for individual with an Autism Spectrum Condition, their families, parents, carers and professionals to network and access credible information, from educators, researchers and specialists working within the field of Autism.

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My Family Our Needs put PDA in the Spotlight

The PDA Society were thrilled to be contacted by My Family Our Needs to provide consultation for their July edition of 'In The Spotlight' which focused on PDA. My Family Our Needs is a popular lifestyle site and online resource for families, carers and practitioners supporting children and young adults with additional needs. .

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PDA & Family Resilience Webinar

This September Webinar run in partnership with leading professionals is now ready for registrations.

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PDA & Speech Therapy Webinar

We’re delighted that our next webinars run in partnership with leading professionals are now ready for registrations.

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NAS Conference on PDA

Find out more about the October Conference in Reading

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Research Recruitment

A new research project looking at adults with and without ASD...Get Involved!

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New Research

Liz O'Nions (who developed the EDA-Q - Extreme Demand Avoidance Questionnaire) is undertaking some new research.

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Pda Society Webinar Programme

We’re delighted to confirm the details of our series of webinars on key topics relating to Pathological Demand Avoidance run in partnership with leading professionals.

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Course for Professionals in Education

The day will focus on promoting an understanding of developmental pathways and educational needs of some of the more complex children within the autism spectrum, particularly those who fit the profile of Pathological Demand Avoidance.

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