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examples of previous training & presentations

Here are just some examples of previous training and presentations 

Project Aspie

"Project Aspie is an award winning organisation geared towards raising the profile of people with Asperger's Syndrome and Autism within the community.

Project Aspie is delivering dynamic, interactive and versatile innitiatives for the Asperger's and Autism Community.

Project Aspie also launch Campaign Events and Community Projects including our Community Initiative 'Alphabet 12' that is geared towards offering Confidence, Motivation and Opportunities for people with Asperger's Syndrome and Autism.

'Alphabet 12' is a Autism Opportunity Group."

'Alphabet 12' Video is featured on Project Aspie Website - Click here

Project Aspie was started by Graeme Cotton- Click here for LinkedIn

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Project Aspie: Alphabet 12

"Excited with planning the up and coming 'Alphabet 12' Video scheduled for August 23rd 2017 which will feature some amazing people who have who have contributed to the second series of 'Alphabet 12' Birmingham. Amazing Lead Guest Speakers have included Bobbi Elman, Justin Donne, Brett Heasman, Noushka Galley and many more amazing people who presented fantastic Lead Guest Speaker Talks. Amazing Special Webinar Guest Speakers also contributed to the second series of 'Alphabet 12' including Dr. Zoee Bartholomew, Ed.D., Ian Hale PhD., Mari Nosal M.Ed., CECE, Dr Harold "Hackie" Reitman, M.D. and many more amazing people who do amazing work in World Autism Community. More info will be on Project Aspie Website in early August 2017."

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I was lucky enough to be invited to do a presentation by Graeme at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery with the theme of "Gender and Parenting". Click here for more information. 

I decided to tell my story of what led me to work with autistic students. 

Here is just a sample 

 

A short example of "the IMPORTANCE of effective communication between school and parents of autistic students" presentation

I was asked to join others at The Hyde (NW London Primary academy) to present for their Teaching Assistant/Learning Support Assistants Conference. It was a full day of different workshops that focused on communication and SEN. 

 

Below are a few more examples of training delivered and presentations given.