The Autism Service offers a series of workshops and courses for parent/carers who have children or young people who are pre- and post- assessment for Autism
- For Families living in Berkshire, or whose child attends a Berkshire School
- Families awaiting an assessment for Autism
- Families who have recently received a diagnosis, and want to learn more about parenting a child with Autism
- Parents in need of ongoing support, and wanting to talk with other parents in a similar situation
A series of three linked pre- and post-assessment workshops for parent/carers of children and young people who are waiting for an assessment for Autism, or who have recently been diagnosed with Autism.
A single workshop for parent/carers of children and young people who may have difficulties with Sensory Processing, whether they have received a diagnosis or not. This is a common factor for children and young people with Autism or ADHD.
For all Berkshire families who have autistic girls or young women of any age who are pre- or post-assessment for Autism.
A single workshop for parent/carers of children and young people who present with the Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) profile of autism, whether they have received a diagnosis or not.
A workshop for parents/carers of children and young people who live, or attend a school, in Berkshire and who have a dual diagnosis of Autism and ADHD.
For Practitioners who work with children or young people of any age who are pre- or post-assessment for Autism.
To find out more, or to book onto one of these courses you can visit Parenting Special Children or contact the office via email or telephone.