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Autism East Midlands Evening Course Introduction to PDA (30th November 2015)
  • http://www.autismeastmidlands.co.uk/events/introduction-pda-pathological-demand-avoidance-2

    Introduction to PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance)
    Presented by Ruth Fidler Education Consultant; Complex autism, interactive approaches and emotional well being

    Who for:
    Parents, carers and family members of children and young people affected by autism

    Synopsis:
    Defining what PDA is and how it presents behaviourally. Exploring ways of managing challenging behaviours linked to the diagnosis.

    Times:
    6.30pm – 8.30pm

    Cost:
    £10.00 to be paid on the night, 50% discount for additional family members

    Where:
    Sutherland House School, CEC Site, 8 Clinton Avenue, NG5 1AW (Parking on Site)

    see website for more information and how to book
  • This sounds like something that she could do a tour of the UK with to make it as accessible to as many people as possible.
  • Spearmint
    Posts: 552
    Yep us in scotland are in no mans land for pda.

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