This free course for adults on the autism spectrum, aged 16 or over, helps to develop social skills and understanding.
SocialEyes was developed by the National Autistic Society in conjunction with people with autism and Asperger syndrome and leading professionals in the field.
SocialEyes does not ask people on the autism spectrum to change ‘inappropriate' social behaviour or to acquire social skills by copying the ‘typical' behaviour of others. Instead, it gives people the option of learning social interaction skills or alternative social strategies.
It focuses on eight social skills that people on the autism spectrum can have difficulty with, including starting and ending a conversation, body language and facial expressions, eye contact and personal space.
The course in Reading is made up of weekly two-hour workshops, running over six weeks in the evening.
Click on the link to our website to register for a free place on this course.
- Courses for 16 to 25-year-olds are funded by the Berkshire West NHS Clinical Commissioning Group as part of the Berkshire West Autism & ADHD Support Service.
For more information about forthcoming courses, call 01189 594 594 or email firstname.lastname@example.org