Regulating emotions, a hard job for students with ASD (On Demand)
Understanding the difficulties with emotion regulation in ASD. What makes it so hard, and how can we support in school with strategies to manage better.
Supporting students during meltdowns, and how to avoid this from happening.
What you'll learn
Understanding Emotion Regulation difficulties in ASD and how-to best support.
All teachers or anyone in a supporting role in education (Teacher’s assistants, Learning Support Coordinators, SENCOs, School Counsellors, Deans or Heads of Department).
Anyone who is new to ASD, as well as those needing a 'refresher', as diagnostic criteria and ideas on ASD have changed in the last 10 years.
I have always found the presenters at Children's Autism Foundation equipped with a wealth of knowledge especially with the needs of ASD being so complex and diverse. I feel the skills and strategies I have picked up have helped with all learners in the classroom and made a difference to those especially needing the extra support. These are definitely workshops that I look forward to attending and encourage others to do so too.
Emma (Primary Teacher) March 2020
Originally broadcast on
2 June 2020