EY: How it might feel to experience the world as an autistic person: Session

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May 10 2024

CAMHS have commissioned Training2care Autism reality experience, an innovative, immersive and hands on session which has been developed to give non-autistic people an experience of the sensory processing difficulties faced by people on the autism spectrum.

Attendees will be able to use their own experiences going through the Autism Reality Experience to build greater empathy and understanding for what it might be like for autistic people they know, which will in turn help them to come up with simple yet transformative changes to make the world a more inclusive place for all.

Attendees will go through the experience and then meet together for a debrief and discuss implications for future practice.

When:          Wednesday 12 June, 10am to 1pm or Wednesday 12 June, 1.30pm to 4.30pm

Where:         IN PERSON: Nightingale Place, SW10 9NG (just next to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital)

Audience:    Practitioners or managers who work with autistic people or are interested in learning more about autistic people.

There are a limited number of spaces per session. Please complete the form by Thursday 23 May 2024 if you would like to apply for a place. Confirmation will be sent once applications have been reviewed in order to ensure multi-agency representation.

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