The Low Arousal Approach for Families

Autism and Challenging Behaviour.

A one day workshop to explore the low arousal approach

with children and young people on the autism spectrum.

This is an innovative approach that offers families a way

to manage challenging behaviour.

Facialitated by:

Linda Woodcock – National lead for Family and Parent Training.

Sue Hatton – Senior Practitioner

The Low Arousal Approach has been pioneered by Atlass and Studio 3 for a number of years and there will now be a series of workshops across England to continue to share this way of working with families.

Date and time Venue Registration Link
Thursday 13th September 2012
10 – 3pm
St Luke’s Hall, Hilmarton Rd, West Holloway, London N7 9RE registration closed
Tuesday 9th October 2012
10 – 3pm
Solihull Methodist Church, Blossomfield Rd, Solihull.
B91 1LG
registration closed

Costs: £50.00 per person

Bring a packed lunch – tea / coffee and cold drinks provided.