Due to popular demand, we will be hosting two free virtual webinars this Autism Awareness Week. The webinars will be around an hour hosted by our Specialist Autism Awareness Trainer, Debbie Austin.
The webinars we will be delivering are:
Autism in the Workplace: Challenging 5 common assumptions
- All Autistic individuals need high levels of support in the workplace
- Autistic people can’t cope with change
- Autistic people are not team players
- Autistic people tend to work in engineering or IT
- The process of employing, supporting, and developing autistic individuals is very complicated
Date: Tuesday 30th March at 2pm.
An Autism Q & A
Debbie will be taking your questions on autism. We recommend that you submit your question before the session.
Here is an idea of some topics up for discussion:
- Autism in Women & Girls
- Mental Health
- Support Strategies
Date: Wednesday 31st March at 2pm.
About your host
Debbie has over a decade of experience working with people with Autism and Asperger Syndrome in a variety of settings and over 15 years experience teaching and training in post compulsory education. Debbie is a passionate and inspirational self advocate for Autism and Asperger syndrome and regularly speaks at conferences, on TV and Radio to raise awareness of Autism and Asperger Syndrome; the issues people face, prevalence and issues for women and girls on the spectrum and mental health and autism. Debbie has also been involved in setting up a number of projects aimed at providing mentoring and advocacy for those individuals with High Functioning Autism/Asperger Syndrome who receive little or no support.
Book before Monday 29th March 5pm to secure your place.
If you want to book a place on one, or both, of these free training sessions then please contact us by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org