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Autism related training courses have been delivered externally to parents, carers and other organisations over the last five years with great success. Recent developments have seen Autism Hampshire trainers collaborating with people with autism to re-develop and re-design training courses to include personal perspectives.
It is Autism Hampshire's policy to ensure all its staff are trained to the very highest standards. To facilitate this we have a robust annual training calendar of in-house specialist training covering the care and education of adults on the autism spectrum.
The training is delivered by qualified trainers with autism specific University certificates and employment backgrounds. This ensures that all training courses have relevant content and anecdotal stories to illustrate learning points. Training delivery is monitored for quality assurance purposes through training observations and course feedback and evaluation.
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Skills for Health and Skills for Care have developed a framework to guide the delivery of autism training for the mainstream health and social care workforces.
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Skills for Care
This training package looks at the techniques and skills that care workers and social workers need to support people with autism and help them achieve their goals. The link will take users directly to the page with two Autism films on it.
SCIE have also produced a guide titled SCIE’s Guide 43: Improving Access to Social Care for Adults with Autism. The link below provides access to the full guide, an at-a glance summary of it, an easy-read of the summary, and the underpinning research from the University of Sussex:
If my subsequent experience, study and research have taught me anything it is that people on the autism spectrum need understanding and accommodation rather than schooling in strategies aimed at masking their true characters.
Dave - Senior Autism Practice and Training Specialist UCert (AS);
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