Autism Workshops for Professionals
Our popular and very practical Autism workshops take place in central venues across Scotland. Details of our upcoming workshops can be found here
We can also come to your establishment to provide training. We train schools, nurseries, out of school care, holiday clubs, sports coaches and other businesses and organisations. Basically, if you are going to be supporting a child or adult with Autism or if you are likely to have Autistic customers use your business, then you would benefit from our training. More information can be found here
or contact us at email@example.com
Here is a little taster ...
Some of the staff from Edinburgh Zoo with their certificates after completing our Autism training.
Steps to Inclusion Fundraiser
Steps to Inclusion - increasing the inclusion and acceptance in society of Autistic and Dyslexic individuals
"79% (of autistic people surveyed in Scotland) think that public understanding of autism is poor or very poor."
(NAS Count Us In Campaign, 2013)
Steps to Inclusion is a social enterprise, based in Scotland, who are passionate about raising awareness and understanding of Autism Spectrum Condition and Dyslexia.
We work with schools, businesses, families, education establishments and community groups.
We deliver pupil workshops and staff training and develop educational resources for primary and secondary schools.
We believe that children, young people and adults with Autism Spectrum Condition and/or Dyslexia should be given a voice. We work collaboratively with other organisations to ensure that our work is informed by the views and experiences of both the Autism and Dyslexia communities.
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What people have said:
"Thank you very much for running the workshop. Both (my daughter) and I have learnt a great deal from it."
(Parent of a P5 Child)
"I have Dyslexia. People should know (about Dyslexia), it helps people to understand others’ difficulties."
(P6 Pupil with Dyslexia)
"Enthusiastic presenters, down to earth and very practical".
Steps to Inclusion
Scottish Company No. SC453837