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Teaching Autistic Learners: Principles & Strategies

An online learning series: 1st & 2nd Oct 2021

Watch live and/or stream recordings of all webinars for 30 days

Welcome to Autism Learns, brought to you by the organisers of The Autism Show. We provide trusted and affordable online learning to parents, family carers and professionals who support children and adults on the autism spectrum.

At the beginning of the new academic year, our team of leading autism professionals will explore the specific challenges faced by autistic learners and provide you with the knowledge and practical skills to help them achieve their full potential at home and in the classroom.

You can choose to watch the webinars live and seek personalised advice from our speakers, and/or stream recordings afterwards and watch when most convenient to you over 30 days.

Learnings include:

    • Understanding the autistic brain and how that can impact on the learning style of autistic students
    • Practical strategies and techniques for effective teaching and learning
    • Teaching to a student’s strengths – adapting the curriculum to meet the needs of autistic pupils
    • Understanding the impact of sensory issues on learning and how to make the learning environment more autism-friendly
    • The causes of distressed behaviour and how to minimise behaviour issues through positive behaviour support
    • How to make the student feel included at school and build peer support networks
    • Absenteeism and school refusal – the reasons behind it and how best to bring the student back to school after a period of absence

Book the two day series in advance for just £49.99 for parents and family carers, and £74.99 for professionals. Booking fees apply. All content is CPD certified for professionals. Price includes 30 day streaming access to recordings of all webinars in the two day series.

Please scroll down and click on the tabs for more information on this series.

Fri 1st Oct 2021

TimeTitleSpeaker
10.25 - 10.30Welcome and introductionKate Laird, Webinar Manager at Autism Learns
10.10 - 11.10How autism affects learning
  • Understanding the key areas of developmental difference experienced by autistic students
  • Exploring the principal cognitive theories of autism and their implications for teaching and learning
  • Understanding the individual student and how to profile their strengths and developmental needs
  • Catherine Mohan, Specialist Teacher in the Communication and Autism Team at Birmingham County Council
    11.10 - 12.10Understanding sensory processing and the sensory challenges learning environments present
  • What are the common sensory processing issues that autistic students experience and what impact can these have in learning environments?
  • What simple adjustments and allowances can help make schools, colleges and homes more sensory-friendly for autistic students?
  • What sensory-based calming and regulating strategies can be used to help support students?
  • Learning the warning signs of sensory and emotional overload and learn how to support regulation
  • Corinna Laurie, Director at Evolve Children’s Therapy Services, Principal Occupational Therapist at Helen Allison School (NAS), and NAS Clinical Lead for Occupational Therapy
    12.10 - 13.00Lunch break
    13.00 - 14.30Practical strategies for engaging and supporting autistic students 
  • Accommodating a visual learning style
  • Strategies to support learning and achievement: workload, adapting tasks, schedules
  • Understanding how to adapt the curriculum to meet the needs of the individual student
  • Using special interests to engage students
  • Masking techniques – what are these and how to spot them?
  • Understanding why transitions are tricky and how to help support students to cope
  • Providing an escape route
  • Praise – how to / how not to give praise
  • Group/pairs working – benefits and pitfalls
  • Katie Goodwin, Assistant Head Teacher at Abbey Hill School and College
    14.30 - 14.50 Interval
    14.50 - 15.30Understanding how anxiety affects autistic students and why reducing anxiety is crucial to improved outcomes
  • The link between uncertainty and anxiety
  • Ways anxiety can impact on young people and their behaviour
  • What might be specific causes of anxiety at school
  • Identifying helpful (and unhelpful) strategies
  • Accommodations to reduce anxiety
  • Why making accommodations is not about making exceptions and how to get buy-in from other students and teachers
  • Amanda Hind, SENCo, Autism Speaker and Consultant
    15.30 - 15.40Closing remarks and end of day oneKate Laird, Webinar Manager at Autism Learns

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    Catherine Mohan is a qualified primary school teacher and has been teaching for 25 years (mainly schools in Birmingham). Catherine has many years’ experience of teaching young people with a variety of different strengths and needs, and this has proved invaluable in her current role as specialist teacher in the Communication and Autism Team at Birmingham County Council. In addition to working with schools to implement effective strategies, she also helps to support young people and their families.

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    Corinna Laurie is a highly skilled and experienced Occupational Therapist specialising in the area of Autism. She has worked with the NAS since 2009.

    Corinna was previously the Lead Therapist within a large multi-professional NHS directorate and she is the Director of a successful therapy agency- Evolve Children’s Therapy Services.

    Corinna works as the Principal Occupational Therapist at Helen Allison School (NAS) and is the NAS Clinical Lead for Occupational Therapy ensuring clinical governance and best practice are key to therapeutic provisions across the organisation.

    Corinna has completed her PGCert in Autism and is also a qualified ADOS-2 assessor, holistic reflexologist and Clinical Aromatherapist. Corinna is a published author with her publication “Sensory and Motor Strategies” proving to be a best seller for the NAS with a third edition soon to be re-published by JKP.

    Corinna is an experienced presenter and enjoys sharing best practice with professionals and families alike. Corinna presents nationally to a wide variety of audiences and establishments and has been called to represent her profession/students as an expert witness at SEND tribunals.

    Corinna is committed to supporting and continually improving the quality of clinical services to ensure positive outcomes for autistic people and their families.

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    SEND is Katie Goodwin’s passion, having always known that she wanted to be involved since being very young.

    Katie became a SENCO in a mainstream primary school 12 years ago and has not looked back since. Katie specialised in Autism in 2014 when she took over as Head of the ASC Resource Provision at Wilmslow High School. The team became award winners in 2020, winning the NAS “Inspirational Education Provider, Secondary and Further” award in February, followed by the Nasen award for ‘Best Secondary Provision’ in October. During her time at Wilmslow High, Katie was also seconded, part time, to the SEND team at Cheshire East Council, working as an Inclusion Quality SENCO, driving County wide school improvement in SEND.

    In September 2021, Katie became the Assistant Head Teacher at Abbey Hill School and College, a growing special school of 345 students.

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    Amanda Hind has a unique perspective of autism: her children (young adults) are both autistic, she is autistic herself, and she specialises in teaching autistic children.

    Amanda has taught in mainstream primary and secondary schools, special schools, and alternative provisions. She is currently a SENCo in a mainstream secondary school in East London, and is passionate about high-quality support and education for autistic people.

    Timings

    DayTimes
    Fri 1st Oct 202110.00am - 3.40pm

    Advance Ticket Prices

    Ticket TypePrice
    Parent/Family Carer£49.99
    Professional£74.99
    Professional Groups (10 tickets or more)£59.99

    •This is the advance price for the whole two day series and includes 30 day access to recordings of all webinars.
    •Booking fees apply. £4.49 for parent/family carers, £6.43 for professionals, £5.27 for professional groups.
    •Post this online series, edited recordings of the webinars are available to stream for 30 days for a standard price of £74.99 plus £6.43 booking fee.

    We will send you an email containing joining details on the Monday preceding the start of the webinars. Our webinars are live streamed on Zoom.

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    • An internet connection with a good speed

    Simply click on the link we send you to join the webinars. If you do not already have Zoom downloaded on your device, you will be prompted to download the free software and set up an account – this should only take two minutes to complete.

    Please try and join the webinars a few minutes early in order to allow time for the Zoom download if necessary, and to be ready for the first session.

    Alternatively you may wish to watch the webinars when it’s most convenient to you. If so, we will email you details on how to access video recordings of all webinars in the series, by the Friday of the week following the event. You will have 30 days to watch them.

    If you don’t receive a booking confirmation or joining email from us, or generally have difficulties logging into the webinars, please contact us at info@autismlearns.co.uk.

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    Sat 2nd Oct 2021

    TimeTitleSpeaker
    10.00- 10.10Welcome and introductionKate Laird, Webinar Manager at Autism Learns
    10.10 - 11.10Understanding behavioural issues: how to put in place preventative strategies and provide effective support
  • Distress… not "acting out" – how understanding causes of behaviour can help in reducing triggers
  • What if it’s not caused by distress? Other common behavioural challenges and strategies to use in these scenarios
  • Behaviour plans: creating successful plans and what to do if they’re not working
  • Emily Rhoades, Behaviour Support Manager at Resources for Autism
    11.10 - 12.10PSHE lessons – adapting your curriculum and teaching for autistic students
  • How to have successful conversations about embarrassing topics
  • Teaching the 3 P’s – personal, private and public
  • Preparing an autistic child for puberty
  • Sex education – when and how
  • Keeping young people safe online – why are autistic children more vulnerable and how to prevent this
  • Lynne Moxon, Independent Psychologist, Trainer and Speaker
    12.10 - 13.00Lunch break 
    13.00 - 14.00How to make inclusion work through collaboration 
  • What is meant by inclusion when considering learning, peer relationships and school life?
  • What does inclusion mean in terms of daily practice for both teachers and carers?
  • Key factors in successful inclusion
  • Obstacles to successful inclusion
  • Informal exclusion (e.g. missing school trips and activities, attend lessons on a part-time basis)

  • Debby Elley, Co-Founder of AuKids Magazine
    14.00 - 14.45Turning it around: supporting an autistic student back to school after a period of absence
  • Understanding the reasons for school refusal and school exclusion
  • Tips for parents trying to home school their autistic children
  • Ways for schools to communicate with and support parents during an absence from school…and vice versa!
  • Transitioning back – how to support the student back to school successfully
  • How to prevent it happening again
  • Reece Coker, Doctoral Researcher, Honorary Senior Lecturer at Manchester University (Neuroscience / Autism), and President of the Positive Psychology Guild
    14.45 - 15.00Closing remarks and end of day twoKate Laird, Webinar Manager at Autism Learns

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    Lynne Moxon is an Educational Psychologist who works as a consultant for ESPA a specialist service for autistic adults. She has just retired from her post as a senior lecturer at Northumbria University but continues to lecture on the Masters in Autism course.

    Lynne trains nationally and internationally in the field of autism specialising in sex and relationship education. She is currently preparing a distance learning course on SRE for Birmingham University.

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    Reece M Coker is an autistic individual and a passionate autism advocate.

    As a fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management, and Royal Society of Public Health, he is an experienced trainer, qualified psychologist, and sector expert within the subjects of Positive Psychology, Motivation, Organisational Development and Culture, Neurodiversity and Inclusion, and Business Management.

    A senior manager within the corporate, commercial and not-for-profit sectors, Reece is passionate about learning and development at all levels. He completed his Masters in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) at Bucks New University in 2016, where his research focused on hope and fear, and is currently completing a PhD in Education and Psychology at Sheffield Hallam University with a focus on courage, anxiety, and autism.

    He leads and lectures on the Positive Psychology and Autism Awareness in Practice Programmes at the PPG Autism Centre.

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    Debby Elley is the Co-Founder and Editor of the award-winning social enterprise AuKids magazine, a UK publication for parents of children on the spectrum. She has 17 year old twin sons with autism, one in a specialist setting and another in mainstream college.

    In 2018 her book “15 Things They Forgot to Tell You About Autism” was published by Jessica Kingsley and last year her children’s book “The Ice Cream Sundae Guide to Autism”, which she co-authored with Tori Houghton, was released and quickly became a best seller.

    Timings

    DayTimes
    Sat 2nd Oct 202110.00am - 3.00pm

    Advance Ticket Prices

    Ticket TypePrice
    Parent/Family Carer£49.99
    Professional£74.99
    Professional Groups (10 tickets or more)£59.99

    •This is the advance price for the whole two day series and includes 30 day access to recordings of all webinars.
    •Booking fees apply. £4.49 for parent/family carers, £6.43 for professionals, £5.27 for professional groups.
    •Post this online series, edited recordings of the webinars are available to stream for 30 days for a standard price of £74.99 plus £6.43 booking fee.

    We will send you an email containing joining details on the Monday preceding the start of the webinars. Our webinars are live streamed on Zoom.

    In order to watch the webinars, you will need the following:

    • A computer, tablet or smartphone with working speakers (a computer is preferable to better view the presentations, participate in live polls and chat with other attendees if you wish)
    • An internet connection with a good speed

    Simply click on the link we send you to join the webinars. If you do not already have Zoom downloaded on your device, you will be prompted to download the free software and set up an account – this should only take two minutes to complete.

    Please try and join the webinars a few minutes early in order to allow time for the Zoom download if necessary, and to be ready for the first session.

    Alternatively you may wish to watch the webinars when it’s most convenient to you. If so, we will email you details on how to access video recordings of all webinars in the series, by the Friday of the week following the event. You will have 30 days to watch them.

    If you don’t receive a booking confirmation or joining email from us, or generally have difficulties logging into the webinars, please contact us at info@autismlearns.co.uk.

    Ticket holders will gain 30 day access (until 6th Nov 2021) to video recordings of all webinars in the series, plus available speaker presentation slides and Q&A transcripts, by CLICKING HERE and entering the password provided by us the week following this event.

    Professional ticket holders will also receive a CPD Certificate of Attendance by email.

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