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Sensory Processing & Autism (1 hour Webinar with Lucy)

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If you have any difficulty logging in to the webinar, please email sam@thegirlwiththecurlyhair.co.uk although please understand there's very

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If you have any difficulty logging in to the webinar, please email sam@thegirlwiththecurlyhair.co.uk although please understand there's very little we can do to help just before it starts

Content:

  • what are sensory processing difficulties?
  • hyper vs hyposensitivites
  • the impact of sensory difficulties on behaviour
  • how do sensory difficulties affect sleep, diet and exercise
  • making the environment more comfortable

Audience:

  • autistic individuals
  • parents and carers
  • anyone working with autistic adults or autistic children

Feedback:

“I didn’t realise how much of an impact my son’s sensory system was having. He wasn’t able to articulate it to me and I hadn’t known for many years! Thank you so much Alis as I have not come across anything anywhere else that described it so succinctly for me to relate to.”

“A very important subject which is greatly neglected elsewhere.”

"It was a serious eye-opener."

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PLEASE NOTE: TICKET PRICES ARE PERSON. IF MORE THAN ONE PERSON IS WATCHING THE WEBINAR, WE RELY ON YOUR HONESTY TO PURCHASE THE CORRECT NUMBER OF TICKETS. THANK YOU.

PLEASE NOTE: We record our webinars now so if you have any difficulty attending at the time, we will send you a recording which you can access for up to 7 days after the event.

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Organiser Ayla Carter

Organiser of Sensory Processing & Autism (1 hour Webinar with Lucy)

I have been working with individuals with ASD for the past decade in a variety of different roles and settings. I have worked for two Autism charities as a Support worker and Play worker, in mainstream and SEN schools (as a specialist teaching assistant), and I have been involved in the facilitation of several therapeutic arts projects.

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