Supporting Children, Young People and Teenagers with PDA

What is PDA?

Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) is a complex Autism Spectrum Condition that needs a very different approach to the usual one adopted with individuals with autism.

Who is this training for?

This training is ideal for anyone who works with children, teenagers and young adults with Pathological Demand Avoidance. It gives an excellent overview of the condition and provides attendees with a toolkit of useful and effective strategies.

So whether you’re a teacher, teaching assistant, learning support, parent, youth worker, childminder, carer….. or in fact in any place where you may come into contact with young people who have autism… you need this training!

This unique and ground-breaking programme is running
from 9.30am 3.30pm on
20 April 2018, in Euston, London.

To attend as a participant for CPD, the cost is £195.
To gain a national qualification, accredited by OCN London, at Level 2, the cost is only £235.

The training includes many important tactics to take away and use in your setting.

Here’s what’s covered:

Your trainer for the day is Laura Kerbey, a specialist in the field of autism and PDA.

Here’s how to book your place on the programme on 20 April 2018:

email,  telephone 01737 321179 or use the ticket sales below

The cost of £195 or £235 per person can be invoiced to your school or college, just let us know.

Fees include refreshments and all course materials.

Some lovely feedback from a previous participant:

“Laura was great, so knowledgable and helpful.  I now feel I have the strategies I need to support children with PDA more effectively”