What is Autism: diagnosis and traits according to the DSM-5
Sensory sensitivities: Hypo or hyper reactivity and how they manifest in the 8 senses
Alexithymia, Sensory Processing and Interoception: Analysing difficulties with body and emotional awareness, and how to help
Communication in Autism: Communication differences and how to help
Stimming: Importance of general or happy stimming, understanding self-injury and how to help
Sensory inclusion: Learn to modify possible sensory issues in the environment that can affect autistic people and make your space more inclusive
Feeling overwhelmed: Meltdowns and Shutdowns how overload occurs, types of overload, and how does it feel.
Strategies for managing meltdown: How to prevent meltdowns; How to help during one; How to help after
Food selectivity: ARFID, sensory issues with food, and eating disorders
Support strategies for autistic people: Ways to manage anxiety, difficulties, and improve autistic well-being
Intersectionality: women, multiple disabilities, gender and ethnic minorities: Differences in diagnosis and presentation of traits in minorities
Mental Health Crises and Autism: Anxiety, Depression, Self-harm and Suicide in Autism
Routine and Executive Dysfunction: The day-to-day difficulties and management strategies
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