7th February 2020 – The PDA Society’s new website has been launched today*. We hope that everyone will find that it’s easier to navigate and more up to date.
There are some layout changes, so for people who were very familiar with our old site it may take a little getting-used-to. There’s a handy search bar though and here are a few key points:
- Resources – much of our information is now in a resources library which is organised by ‘category’ (for instance good practice or books) or ‘tag’ (for instance parents or professionals) as well as being searchable
- There are new sections on What is demand avoidance?, Identifying PDA, Working with PDA, ATUs and an overview of the training offering from the PDA Society
- We’ve also put together a quick link guide to the most frequently asked questions our enquiry line service receives about PDA
- Event listings are now searchable by location, date or keyword
- The discussion forum has a new look too – please note that existing users will need to re-set passwords on first sign in.
We’d love to know your feedback on the new site. Also do please let us know if you spot any errors or broken links (despite our best efforts, one or two may have slipped in!).
The PDA Society also has an active social media presence on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube – this is a great way to keep in touch and find out about new information, resources and events so please do follow us if you don’t already.
*the changes may take some time to reflect depending on your internet service provider so please bear with us if the website and forum aren’t available for a while.