Positive Pathways Lothian

Monday 17 February 2014

Positive Pathways

Positive Behaviour Training and Intensive Support for Family Carers of People with Autism without a Learning Disability

An opportunity for carers to receive practical training to help and support their family member who is aged 16 years and above.  

Training Information
This training is being funded by the City of Edinburgh Council, East Lothian Council and Parents of Autism Spectrum Disorder Adults (PASDA).

There will be 6 half-day training sessions which will start the week of the 24th March 2014 and will run for 12 weeks (1 session every 2 weeks). There is the flexibility of day and evening training available. As well as the training sessions you will be offered the option of Intensive Support (Home Visits and 1:1 Sessions). 

The Positive Behaviour Support Team
The training will be led by Caroline Shaw from The Positive Behaviour Support Team (PBST) in partnership with Parents of Autism Spectrum Disorder Adults (PASDA) and the Aspire Transition Team. 

How to Book
Visit: www.pasda.org.uk and complete an application form or contact PASDA on 0131 475 2416

The closing date for applications is Friday the 28th of February 2014




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