PDA for Professionals – working with & supporting PDA children (online)
29th March 2021 @ 3:30 pm - 5:15 pm| £43.71
SOLD OUT. This introductory course on PDA is suitable for all professionals supporting young people (5-16yrs), particularly within education settings.
About this Event
This course is suitable for professionals working with and supporting young people with the autism profile of Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA). Although primarily targeted towards mainstream, SEN or autism specific schools, it would benefit all professionals working with young people aged between 5-16yrs.
This basic introductory session will look at:
- What is PDA?
- What are demands?
- Helpful approaches
- PDA & Education
Participants may find it helpful to have watched our 23 minute introductory webinar prior to attending the training.
Please Note: any legislation discussed is related to England and delegates joining from other locations will need to consider their own local legal requirements.
This is an online session, being delivered on Monday 29th March 2021 lasting 1hr 45min from 3.30pm-5.15pm. We recommend that you join 5-10 minutes prior to the start to ensure your technology is working correctly as we will be unable to delay the start due to the number of delegates we anticipate attendng. Please note the session is not recorded and is only delivered ‘live’.
Ticket Price: £40, payable in advance (plus Eventbrite fees).
If you have any additional needs that may require assistance during the session, please do let us know at the time of booking, in order that we can discuss arrangements in advance. Thank you.
After booking, please remember to check your e-mail (messages may be forwarded to your spam/junk folder) for a confirmation receipt from Eventbrite sharing a link for registration. Eventbrite will also send reminders prior to the course taking place.
The PDA Society is also able to deliver a more in-depth online course specifically for professionals within education, over 3hrs (delivered in 1 session or over 2 x 1.5hr sessions) that expands on the general ‘helpful approaches’ of this shorter session and looks at strategies for the classroom in more detail.
Please do contact our training team via email if you’d like more information about this course or would like to organise training for parents, or professionals working within other sectors eg. social care.
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