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Autism Specific Workshop - Understanding and writing social/visual scripts to advanced stage - Level 2

Raising awareness of the role of the social/visual script as a strategy in supporting individuals to understand and function in the social world around them. Looking at a range of stories which have helped  support development and improved understanding of social events and expectations in a given situation which may lead to more effective social responses. You will have the opportunity to write a story to describe a social situation, skill or concept in a specifically defined style and format for an individual of any age, and then go on to build and practice these skills.

Please can you bring any social stories that you have written.

Level 2 workshops require a basic understanding and knowledge of autism, either through your own experience or because you have attended an autism awareness workhop.

Booking essential

Who to contact

01189 088053

Where to go

The Large Hall, Woodley Airfield Centre,
Hurricane Way

Time / Date Details

When is it on

Tuesday 19 Novembe 2019

  • Registration 9.30am
  • Start time 9.45am until 1pm
Time of day

Other Details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
Parent - £10.00 Per Session
Others - £35.00 Per Session

If you live outside the Wokingham Borough:

  • Parent, carer £15.00
  • Others £50.00

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