Here some suggested organisations that offer expert advice on SN.

Pivotal Response Therapy for Autism-Level 1

(5 Posts)
StarlightMcKenzee Wed 16-Mar-16 19:47:40

In case anyone is interested, this is a pretty rare opportunity.
I went on this 2 years ago. It was fantastic and I came away feeling very positive about being able to help ds and with hope for the future of all kids with ASD.

www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pivotal-response-therapy-for-autism-level-1-tickets-21433615521?ref=estw

WellTidy Thu 17-Mar-16 11:47:21

I was interested, but it's just too far for me to get to. Im in London. I have a 3yo recently diagnosed with ASD and I am learning very quickly, but in a very ad hoc way.

StarlightMcKenzee Thu 17-Mar-16 12:07:36

I flew up from London, but understand it can be tricky. Where in London are you?

Sorry about the new dx. Hope you're okay. I never want to repeat that part of my life again.

WellTidy Thu 17-Mar-16 14:04:42

Thank you. DS was diagnosed in November, we had been pushing for it since he was 2yo, and it wasn't a shock at all. More of a mark in the sand. He does ABA and I'm learning loads through that. We are in Bromley.

Thanks for sharing the details of the event. If you see any others, please share!

MrsRuby Wed 13-Apr-16 10:50:57

Place marking 😊

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