In this free live webinar, we will discuss how you as a parent / carer can support your autistic child with their sensory differences. We will talk about the 8 different sensory systems; visual, auditory, olfactory, tactile, gustatory, vestibular, proprioception and interoception. Make sure to have all your questions ready! Join us on Thursday 2nd July at 4 pm BST. Register via this link. If you have any queries or suggestions, please email us.
Mark your calendars for our upcoming live webinar on Thursday 18th June at 4 pm BST. Our autism consultant, Jane Pidduck, will share an introduction to sensory differences in autistic children. You will learn how your autistic child or young person may process sensory input differently. This will help you as a parent / carer understand why it would make them behave in a certain way. We will be paying particular attention to the two lesser known sensory systems; vestibular and proprioception. Registration is free via this link. Make sure to have all your questions ready! If you have any queries or suggestions, please email us.
Is your autistic child going starting nursery, reception, infants, juniors or secondary school in September? Are you worried about how to prepare your autistic child for a school transition and support them throughout the process? Then join our free live webinar titled School Transitions for Autistic Children on Thursday 4th June at 4 pm BST. Please register via this link and have your questions ready for our autism consultant, Jane Pidduck. If you have any queries or suggestions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are getting ready to test our demo product and we are on the lookout for verbal autistic children and young people to volunteer as game testers. Due to the recommended social distancing, we will be conducting all our game testing online. So if you believe your child will be interested in trying and giving us online feedback, please fill in this form by Sunday 31st of May.
Our families and communities are going through unprecedented times. So it makes sense that the behaviour of our autistic children and young people is affected by the change in routine and circumstances. We need to try and see the world through their eyes. We need to understand why our children behave the way they do. We are organising another live webinar on Thursday 21st of May at 12 pm BST. Our autism consultant at Autsera, Jane Pidduck, will talk about Analysing Behaviour and will share with us some coping strategies. There will also be time for your questions. Registration is free and can be done via this link.