Mainstream learning environments can be challenging for Autistic students for many reasons. Autistic children and adolescents think and process information differently from their neurotypical peers and are often more sensitive to their surroundings, requiring modifications in the classroom to support them to engage in learning and get the most out of their school experience.
In this webinar, parents, educators and clinicians will develop an understanding of the key factors that can impact on the learning of Autistic students, and what learning challenges might look like in the classroom. Attendees will then be provided with ideas for accommodating individual learning and sensory needs to make the curriculum and certain learning tasks more accessible for Autistic students.
Suitable for Parents, Educators, Support Staff, and Clinicians.
Presented by Educational & Developmental Psychologist, Raelene Dundon.
A recording will be available for ticket holders after the event.