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Sensory Differences and Executive Functioning

Sensory Differences and Executive Functioning

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This workshop, which is free of charge, is open to parents and family carers – including the partners and siblings – of autistic adults who are registered as patients with a GP surgery in Berkshire.

This interactive workshop looks at the sensory processing differences that are thought to affect at least 80% of autistic people and strengths and challenges that they may experience as a result, and executive functioning – thinking through what we need to do, carrying out the task and remaining in control of our emotions, even if things change. It outlines ways to achieve better executive functioning, including using mind maps, decision trees and critical thinking, along with problem-solving. It includes tips and strategies that autistic people can use in daily life and social situations to create calm and manage emotions.

For more information about the workshop, please check this website.

To register for this event email your details to adult.support@autismberkshire.org.uk

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Date And Time

2024-06-11 @ 06:00 PM to
2024-06-11 @ 08:00 PM


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