This course teaches parents and professionals to coach AUsome kidz how to understand and interpret other people around them. It gives lots of PRACTICAL STRATEGIES and SOLUTIONS and FRAMEWORKS to help you to create a successful environment for autistic kids, teens and young adults . This experience has been designed by Evaleen, founder of AUsome Training .
This program is taught in a respectful way. It’s only aim is to educate and not to change any inherent behaviour or nature of any of its pupils. There is no other course like it. Typical “social skills” courses focus on teaching autistic children to mimic non-autistic behaviour. Recent research shows how damaging this is. We are now training parents & professionals how to teach these communication skills in a respectful way to their children. The course also aims to educate parents and professionals on Autistic Communication The course is divided into 3 levels to build on the knowledge of language a child already has so we have activities to suit all ages and abilities from preschoolers to young adults. Price includes a certificate of attendance and Get Konnected Manual
Our Get Konnected Autism and Social Skills Course is designed and delivered by our director Evaleen Whelton. Evaleen was diagnosed as an adult and created a social skills course for Autistic children almost 7 years ago. She is also author of Konnect Series of Social Skills Books for kids aged four upwards. She developed this course to teach adults about the Autistic way of communicating and to “unteach” many of the myths that surround Autistic Communication.
The live social skills course takes place over zoom. We will send you a link to join the course a day or two prior to the course date. We will also send you our Get Konnected Activity Book in pdf, slides, resources and a cert of completion.
The Get Konnected Autism and Social Skills Course aims to explain to you what communication is like for the Autistic person.
Our Get Konnected Social Skills Course includes our Get Konnected Book with 40 pages of Activities: