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      Aspergers Awareness Diploma Course

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      140 € 54 
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      £ 127  £ 49

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      Ore di lezione 150h
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      What Will You Learn?
      This course is designed to help you enhance your relationships with individuals affected by Asperger Syndrome. You will understand the characteristics of the condition, how it is diagnosed, and the challenges it presents to individuals and families in their personal, school and working lives. You will also learn how you can provide support and build on the strengths of those living with the condition.
      The Asperger Awareness Diploma Course will guide you through a history of the awareness of the syndrome and how perceptions have changed, how it is defined, and what differentiates it from other autistic spectrum disorders. You will learn how it is diagnosed, how gender determines presentation of the condition, and the myths and fallacies about Asperger.
      The course looks at the academic and professional lives of those with Aspergers – explaining the implications from their perspective, in school, university, and working environments. Also covered are issues such as behavioural, learning and organisational difficulties, bullying, and inclusion. You will also learn how to get the best from a person with Asperger in the workplace.
      The course goes further into the complications that can arise as a result of living with Asperger Syndrome, which include an increased likelihood of suffering from mental health problems and feeling these differently than neurotypical people. The course explores how people with Asperger are affected by anxiety, sensory overload, anger, OCD and PTSD, as well as looking at other common conditions of the syndrome such as Sensory Processing Disorder, intrusive negative thoughts, elective mutism, and issues with anger.
      Relationships within families and between couples can be difficult but living with Asperger can make things harder. The course looks at the problems those with Asperger can face in beginning and maintaining relationships and the issues of intimacy that can occur.

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      Sul corso: They offered great online course, excellent course material and would recommend the same to all.
      Corso realizzato: Marzo 2019
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      Charlie Nobbs
      Il meglio: There's no deadline so you can complete your course in your own time and pace and it's really easy to submit your answers.
      Da migliorare: All ok
      Corso realizzato: Luglio 2018
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      Marieta Angelica
      Il meglio: The course was good and I enjoyed a lot. Thanks for everything. All their lessons were good and full of information.
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      Corso realizzato: Settembre 2018
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      val pearson
      Il meglio: The course was simply fantastic. Need I say more?
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      Corso realizzato: Luglio 2018
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      Il meglio: The course was good and I enjoyed a lot, it was a great experience overall. Thanks for everything. I enjoyed a lot.
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      Corso realizzato: Settembre 2018
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      Module 1 – What is Asperger’s Syndrome?

      • Part 1: The History of Asperger’s Syndrome
      • Part 2: How is Asperger’s Syndrome Diagnosed?
      • Part 3: What are the differences between Asperger’s and High Functioning Autism?
      • Part 4: Age at Diagnosis
      • Part 5: Is Asperger’s Syndrome an excess of “maleness”?
      • Module 1 Assessment

      Module 2: Asperger People at School and in Work

      • Part 1: Precocious Development
      • Part 2: Why are some children with Asperger’s aggressive?
      • Part 3: Non-Verbal Communication and Theory of Mind
      • Part 4: Bullying
      • Part 5: Inclusion and support
      • Part 6: Employment
      • Module 2 Assessment

      Module 3: Complications associated with Asperger's

      • Part 1: Dyspraxia and co-ordination
      • Part 2: Sensory Issues & Sensory Integration Disorder
      • Part 3: Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA)
      • Part 4: Anxiety
      • Part 5: OCD – Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
      • Module 3 Assessment

      Module 4: Relationships

      • Part 1: Love and starting relationships
      • Part 2: Relationships with their children
      • Module 4 Assessment

      Module 5: Asperger's & Gender

      • Part 1: The Diagnosis of Asperger’s in Women
      • Part 2: The genetic basis for sex differences in prevalence
      • Part 3: Perfectionism
      • Module 5 Assessment

      Module 6: Strategies to Support People with Asperger's

      • Part 1: Strategies to support in school
      • Part 2: Social skills training
      • Part 3: Dealing with sensory overload
      • Part 4: The success of mediation / peer work
      • Part 5: Understanding motivation and using it at home to support normalising behaviour in young children
      • Part 6: Siblings
      • Part 7: Relationshipsand Asperger’s
      • Part 8: Strategies to support a person with Asperger’s in work environments
      • Module 6 Assessment