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5 Step Inclusion of Autistic Students - 19, 26 Apr and3, 10, 17 May @ 5pm
DATE: Wednesdays - 19, 26 Apr and3, 10, 17 May 2023
TIME: 5pm to 6pm
COST: €20 for the Series

This 5-Week Series is aimed at SNAs working with autistic students in Primary and Post-primary schools and will cover the following areas:

- Characteristics of autism; Strengths and challenges
- Sensory processing: Pathway to Sensory Inclusion
- Communication: Social Communication and Interaction
- Stressful behaviour
- Safe Social Story Creation.

Facilitator: Shaun Greville

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Apr 19, 2023 05:00 PM
Apr 26, 2023 05:00 PM
May 3, 2023 05:00 PM
May 10, 2023 05:00 PM
May 17, 2023 05:00 PM
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Shaun Greville
Shaun Greville teaches in the Esker Centre, Ballinamere. Shaun completed 5 years secondment to the SESS and latterly the NCSE. He fulfilled the roles of Advisor and Assistant National Coordinator for the autism team with a focus on in-school support for teachers and both in-school and external CPD regarding autism. She has been teaching autistic students for over 20 years and creating and providing training for staff and parents in third level colleges of education, post primary, primary and special schools. He also provides support groups for teachers and parents of autistic students. He is a co author of the soon to be published Good Practice Guidelines for Schools for teaching autistic students.