Upcoming Events

Autism Partnership 2020 International Virtual Conference

Makes a Difference! Autism Partnership Method

Gathering world-renowned ASD and ABA speakers, Autism Partnership 2020 International Virtual Conference will explore the latest trends in the fields of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Autism Partnership Method (APM), a progressive model of ABA that is highly individualized, child friendly, holistic and focused on “in-the-moment analysis” and “clinical judgement”.

Combined with real-case sharing of parents and adults diagnosed with ASD, this 2-day conference serves as one of the biggest multi-national ASD platforms for academics, researchers, SEN teachers and parents to get to know how the Autism Partnership Method (APM) can maximize progress and create amazing outcomes for children with ASD.



This conference focuses on:

  • APM – Effective and quality treatment for children diagnosed with ASD
  • Scientific-based fact and fiction regarding ASD and ABA
  • Cutting-edge research on the effectiveness of APM
  • Different perspectives from parents and siblings of children diagnosed with ASD
  • Sharing from adults diagnosed with ASD and their journey with APM training


Featured ASD Speakers from USA:


Date and Time (UK Time)

Day 1: Saturday, December 5. 00:30am - 8:30am
Day 2: Sunday, December 6, 00:30am - 7:00am


Platform


Language


Main Language: English
Simultaneous translation includes: Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Russian, Bahasa Indonesia, Arabic



Continue Education Credits (only offer on the 1st day)

Organization Professionals Credit Points
The Behavior Analyst Certification Board BCBA/ BCaBA 12 points
  • Replay will be provided for the participants who cannot attend the conference on the event day. Please email us to request before 30th Nov., 2020.


Fees

Fees

AP International Virtual Conference 2020  AP International Virtual Conference 2020 + APF 6thAnnual Conference 2021* 
Parents, Family Members & Students USD 100 (75.2 GBP) USD 175 (133 GBP)
Professionals USD 175  (133 GBP) USD 250 (HKD 188)
Register NOW


(You will be redirected to autismpartnership.events for registration and online payment)

Past Events

Autism Partnership Summer School ProgrammeQuality

Date & Time: Mon - Fri, 9 am to 3 pm in July & August (total: 6 weeks)
Venue: TBC
Training provided by: AP behavioural specialists team
Fee: For more details, please contact Donna Benton: donna.benton@autismpartnership.co.uk / 07970 411779

For more details, please contact Donna Benton: donna.benton@autismpartnership.co.uk / 07970 411779

The Little Learners Programme Open Morning - 14th March

Date & Time: Saturday 14th March, Registration from 9.00 am. Start: 9.30 am - 12.30 pm
Venue: Autism Partnership UK, Unit 10, Moorfield Business Park, Moorfield Close, Yeadon, Leeds, LS19 7YA.
Training provided by: Zahira Ali and team
Fee: Free to attend

OPEN MORNINGS FOR PARENTS AND PRACTITIONERS IN YORKSHIRE


You are invited to attend an open morning to learn about ‘The Little Learners Programme’, an early intervention programme to help children with ASD in Yorkshire.


The morning will provide an opportunity to see our new designated little learners classroom, to learn more about what we do, meet the team and network with other like-minded individuals. Oh, and we may treat you to coffee and cake too!


Places are limited, so we do recommend that you reserve your place in advance.


BOOK A PLACE – 14TH March 2020

The Little Learners Programme Open Morning - 28th March

Date & Time: Saturday 28th March, Registration from 9.00 am. Start: 9.30 am - 12.30 pm
Venue: Autism Partnership UK, Unit 10, Moorfield Business Park, Moorfield Close, Yeadon, Leeds, LS19 7YA.
Training provided by: Zahira Ali and team
Fee: Free to attend

OPEN MORNINGS FOR PARENTS AND PRACTITIONERS IN YORKSHIRE


You are invited to attend an open morning to learn about ‘The Little Learners Programme’, an early intervention programme to help children with ASD in Yorkshire.


The morning will provide an opportunity to see our new designated little learners classroom, to learn more about what we do, meet the team and network with other like-minded individuals. Oh, and we may treat you to coffee and cake too!

Places are limited, so we do recommend that you reserve your place in advance.

ABA Tutor Training

Date & Time: Various dates available on request
Venue: Dame Geraldine Hall, 6-9 Manor Gardens, London, N7 6LA, United Kingdom
Training provided by: Donna Benton
Fee: Prices vary depending on the number of training days required

Are you a parent of a child with ASD, employ an ABA tutor and would find structured
training sessions beneficial?


Autism Partnership UK offers families the opportunity to have their tutors trained by experienced
ABA practitioners who can help refine the therapist analytical skills, using a structured and proven intervention model.

An overview

The ABA tutor training session is designed to advance the analytical skills of the tutor and is aimed at practitioners with a 

minimum of 6 months experience in ABA. The sessions run across three to five days, depending on the individuals training needs 

and delivered by Donna Benton, an ABA practitioner with over 20 years of experience.

This training session would appeal to:

· Tutors / therapists with a minimum of 6 months experience in ABA.

· Parents of autistic children, who employ an ABA tutor and understand that additional training would benefit their child’s progress.

What you and your family and tutor will learn:

· To address learning challenges and methods to teach your child to learn effectively.

· To manage behaviours that interfere with the learning process.

· To teach the process of learning.

· To systematically break down and teach language, communication, play and social skills.

What outcomes can you expect after attending the training sessions:

- Refined strategies to help your child progress.

- Professional development of the therapist.

- Each tutor will receive a certificate on completion of the training session.

An Introduction to Autism & Intensive Intervention

Date & Time: Friday 6th of March 2020, 9:30am – 12:30pm
Venue: Dame Geraldine Hall, 6-9 Manor Gardens, London, N7 6LA, United Kingdom
Presented by: Donna Benton
Fee: Free

Have you ever wondered what is ABA intervention? How does the ABA method work and whether it is the right approach for your child and family? 


This workshop provides you with the opportunity to find out.


What the workshop will cover?


· Understanding ASD and its various presentations

· Critical analysis of behaviour functions

· Learning how-to-learn and other pivotal learning skills


·Establishing meaningful and achievable goals


·Critical thinking and effective teaching

Helping Individual Cope with Challenging Situations

Date: Saturday 11 January 2020
Venue: Dame Geraldine Hall, 6-9 Manor Gardens, London, N7 6LA, United Kingdom
Presented by: Donna Benton
Fee: Free

Get a detailed understanding of challenges faced by autistic individuals and learn how to help them cope with these challenges.

About this Event

Autism is a highly-variable and complex condition that renders many people incapable of coping with everyday situations which those of us without the condition take for granted.


This workshop introduces participants to a more detailed understanding of the challenges faced by autistic individuals and how to help them overcome and cope with these challenges.


WHAT THE WORKSHOP WILL COVER

  • In depth analysis of behaviour functions
  • Proactive and reactive strategies
  • Problem-solving considerations
  • Stress management & coping strategies
  • Case studies of successful outcomes working with children with ASD
  • Places are limited and by booking only.

Dates for 6 week 'Parent Training Programme' are
yet to be announced. However spaces are limited, hence you are encouraged to
register your interest by sending an email to info@autismpartnership.co.uk

Playdate

One of the primary challenges faced by children with ASD is their inability to develop meaningful friendships. An added challenge faced by parents with children on the autism spectrum is their inability to find suitable peers. It is for this reason that our organisation would like to reach out to the wider community in hopes of finding suitable playmates who would not only serve as great models for social interaction, but would also benefit from what our children have the potential to offer!!

Contact us to find out more about our ongoing workshops to introduction of ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis)