Autism is a lifelong developmental disability that affects how people communicate and interact with the world. This course will help you to understand more about the disability and tell you what to do if you suspect a child may need further assessment or support.£25
Overall this module is intended to provide you with insights, and a range of tools and strategies to choose from that you may wish to use to support your children and families to have the best experience in your care, when working with a child who may need assessment for Autism, or who has received a diagnosis. Ellie Collar agreed to partner with Childminding UK to produce this training module for you. Ellie has a B.Ed (Hons) in Primary and Early Years Education, an M.Ed in Special Educational Needs, and worked in special education schools for seven years, with children of all ages with severe to profound and multiple learning difficulties, including Autism, physical and sensory disabilities.
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Once successfully completed we'll send your name, email address and details of this module to the CPD Accreditation Service.
The CPD Accreditation Service will email you a certificate showing the number of CPD hours you have earned.
You can store or print the certificate as a record of your Continuing Professional Development.
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This module will be available for one year from the date of purchase and can be accessed and completed as many times as needed during that period.
After one year, access can be purchased again at a discounted rate
This module is included as part of membership and available at no extra cost for the lifetime of the memebership.
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