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Understanding Autism

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  • 29 Mar 2021
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Part of our Understanding series, this webinar, suitable for all staff, will provide a comprehensive overview of current research and understanding around autism. The perspective of young people with autism will help to bring real-world context to this understanding. The course will empower delegates to provide even better support for pupils with this specific need as well as providing a broader insight into how this support can benefit all pupils.  

Once you have finished watching this recording please do complete our short evaluation, once this is completed you will be directed to download a certificate of attendance.

Suitable for: SENCO, Senior Leader, Teacher

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