Aurum Core Autism Training

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Aurum Core Autism Training

Autistic children perceive and process information in a different way to non autistic children, and this needs to be taken into consideration when parenting, supporting, nurturing, or teaching an autistic child.

Indeed, in many situations typical (non autistic) actions and interactions do not help autistic children, and may even make a difficult situation worse for them. 

Our Aurum Core Autism Training provides in depth review of autistic differences. Our training doesn’t just review a list of autism characteristics. Our training considers differences in cognitive processing, sensory processing and attention. 

Considering concepts such as symbolic representation, object permanency, inhibitory control and flexible thinking amongst others, our training helps parents to understand their child’s unique differences. Most importantly our training ensures parents are confident in knowing how, when and why to adapt actions and interactions.

We don’t do awareness raising, our training is meaningful and in depth. It has many unique features including the Aurum Matrix, a framework to help parents plan how to adapt their approaches.

Aurum Core Autism Training has consistently received positive evaluations from the many parents and professionals who have accessed training, both those new and experienced in autism. 

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Our Training Programme Content:

  • Autism history
  • Assessment and diagnosis
  • Co occurring conditions
  • Theories of autism
  • Executive functioning – inhibitory control
  • Selective attention and filtering
  • Mono processing
  • Attention shift
  • Central Coherance
  • Sensory overwhelm
  • Sensory modulation
  • Interoception
  • Self stimulating behaviours
  • Repetitive behaviours
  • Pattern thinking
  • Special interests
  • Object permanence
  • Symbolic representation
  • Play
  • Reading, comprehension and writing
  • Social understanding
  • Theory of Mind
  • Alexithymia
  • Masking
  • Verbal communication
  • Non verbal communication
  • Spontaneous flexible thinking
  • Intentional flexible thinking