What People Say About Us

Recent feedback from our range of training;

An informative session that will make me consider what lies behind the behaviours more deeply. (Behaviour for TAs in Intervention groups)

Good, clear information – well presented  with lots of resources that are new to me (ASD and Social Skills)

Friendly and helpful trainers who give useful advice (Basic Awareness)

This has given me the confidence to put this programme into practice – I would definitely recommend this course to others. (ASD and Developing Playskills)

This has helped me to understand why my child behaves the way he does – I would recommend any parent with a child with Aspergers to attend (ASD and Anxiety)

I got a real understanding of Autism today – that was great, I learnt so much (ASD and Understanding Emotional Self Awareness)

A very useful training, brimming with ideas to take back to school (ASD and Anger)

I have been on many training courses but this was one of the best – very interesting

I plan to use these strategies and resources in a youth group setting ( Developing Social Skills with young people with ASD)

Trainers reminded me that approaches are flexible and can be adapted to suit the individual (Social Detective and Superflex Training)

Received valuable information delivered in a friendly way (Implementing Visual Structure)

I feel refreshed with ideas that I can use straight away ( Getting to Grips with Behaviour)

Really enjoyable and instructive session – very thought provoking (ASD and Social Skills)

A very interesting course. I have come away with some great ideas to implement to help the child I work with. (Managing Pupils with ASD)

It was so nice to listen to someone who understands the children I work with. It’s also good to learn new strategies to teach in the learning environment. (Understanding and Managing Pupils with ASD)

Nice and friendly with fab biscuits (ASD and Anger)

 

Feedback from professionals and parents we have supported:

Practical, no-nonsense advice which is easy to put into practice and works – Karen Ellis, SENCo, Finedon Mulso Junior School and Finedon Infant School

Gwen and Lynn have unrivalled experience and knowledge of youngsters with ASD—and particularly those who present challenging behaviours. As well as having considerable experience of direct work with some of the most complex and needy youngsters, they have huge practical experience of working with staff to put classroom support in place. They know the realities of school and classroom life, and are able to offer a wide range of concrete, do-able strategies and systems to help youngsters with ASD learn and progress. In addition to direct, hands-on work in classrooms Gwen and Lynn are both experienced and engaging trainers. They have delivered a wide range of training to individual schools, as part of centre-based courses and to parents. – Philip Whitaker, Specialist Senior Educational Psychologist

Lynn and Gwen are a great team; they combine years of experience with autistic children with energy, creativity and commitment. Lynn is exceptionally well-organised and brings to her work clear sightedness and huge understanding of mental well-being. She is completely on top of her job and delivers all, and more, that she promises. Gwen’s initial training in speech and language, years of experience in implementing social skills teaching and understanding of both the parental and schools perspectives on autism combine to make her a first class autism practitioner. I often turned to Gwen when difficulties with young people presented; she could always be relied on to have practical solutions. – Stephanie Ince,  Ex-Senior Autism Teacher, Northants County Council

Gwen and Lynn provided specific training for the school my autistic child attended – it allowed his support member to truly understand his spectrum and address his individual needs.  Thank you so much. – Parent of Yr 6 child in a Northamptonshire primary school

 

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