Project ID - TIS000723
Improving Organisation for students with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Aims - Development of organisational skills and Reduction of anxiety.


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Project offered at

Hazelwood College
NEWTOWNABBEY
BT36 7ES

Contact

Linda Drennan

Student Skills

SEN

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Coping skills for organisation and social situations

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Additional difficulties that students with ASD experience Methods of encouraging independence Methods of measuring progress Utilising the SCERTS tool to assess social interaction skills

Extra Information

Working in the ASD Resource Base under the direction of our ASD Teacher Aims will be met through: -observing and assisting during break and lunch -individual monitoring interviews -running small group sessions

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