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Understanding Behaviours of Concern—Online Behavioural Therapy Talks with Audrey Cully

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Some children and adolescents who have an autism spectrum disorder or related disability, exhibit behaviours of concern. Sometimes these behaviours are displayed as injury to oneself, other people or the environment.

During this workshop, we will explore what are behaviours of concern and why do they occur. Audrey will discuss strategies and procedures that support parents and professionals in finding out why the individual displays these behaviours.

Advice will be provided on how to support the person to have their wants and needs met in an appropriate way.

Audrey will also include tips and advice on how to respond when a difficult behaviour is repeated over time, or heightened episodes of behaviour occur.

You will be sent Zoom login details before the event.

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The TTT Programme is designed to offer support to children and adults with learning difficulties, disabilities or more significant needs. It includes an annual series of free talks and workshops offering further guidance, support and networking opportunities for parents, teachers and healthcare professionals.

More information on the TTT Programme can found on our website.

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