Challenging Behaviour & Autism Course January 2018 NOW FULL

Challenging Behaviour & Autism 2018

Back by popular demand!  

This is a repeat of previous courses, and is intended for parents who have not attended a previous course.

A 6-week course for parents of children with a diagnosis of being on the
Autism Spectrum and living in Oxfordshire

Six Mondays ALL Sessions must be attended

 22,29 January,

5,19,26 February, 5 March 2017

 7pm-9pm

Exeter Hall, Oxford Road,

Kidlington, OX5 1AB

£40 per place (concessions available)

We will be looking at many aspects of challenging behaviour using both behaviour management and therapeutic approaches.

The course will be facilitated by Becky Loveless and Sam Burkin who provide our family support work.
There will also be input from guest speakers, including a young adult on the autism spectrum.

The course will be centred around the needs of the family, and conducted in a warm and friendly manner in which we may share both our wonderful and difficult experiences of the autism spectrum.

Participants of this course MUST be:

  • Parent/carers of children who are diagnosed on the autism spectrum.
  • Parent/carers who are experiencing challenging behaviour.
  • Parent/carers who have fully completed a post diagnostic course, or have a good understanding of autism. Please contact us if you wish to clarify this. 

PLEASE NOTE

  • There is NO CHILDCARE provided, and it is not suitable for children to be present.
  • This course is not for professionals.
  • We run this course twice a year, offering venues across Oxfordshire and day or evening courses. The course will be in Autumn 2016 (Details TBC)

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Fact File – Download our directory of useful services and information!

Fact File – a directory of services

We have produced two versions of our Fact File directory – one for children and another for people aged 16 and over. The Fact Files provide useful information about services in Oxfordshire as well as some national services.  Both versions cover a variety of issues including education, play and leisure, and benefits.We recommend you download it, or refer to it whenever you are looking for information.

The Fact File is unlikely to include everything – but it’s a good place to start!

Click HERE for:  Fact File Children and Young People   (opens a PDF in a new window)

Click HERE for:  Fact File for People Aged 16 and Over  (opens a PDF in a new window)

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STAFF VACANCIES- We are recruiting!

We are always looking for experienced and motivated staff to join our team.

So if you think you have what we are looking for –  we look forward to hearing from you!


Current Vacancies

 

Training Administrator 

Salary £6,535 – £7,577 pro rata for 12 hours per week  (FTE £20,150 – £23,363)

Hours of work: 12 hours per week.
Days & hours will be agreed with the candidate, but must be weekdays, between 8:30am – 5pm.

Location: Based at the Autism Family Support Oxfordshire office at Thomley Centre, Menmarsh Road, Worminghall, HP18 9JZ. Some home-based working may be possible.

We are looking for an experienced admin whiz to coordinate  our training courses for parents/carers, and support our team of trainers

If you have excellent admin and organisation skills, are a whiz with Excel, Word, and PowerPoint, can coordinate a busy events diary, and communicate clearly and sensitively, we would like to hear from you.

Please refer to the Job Description and Person Specification (a PDF will open):
 Job Description and Criteria: Training Administrator 

Closing Date: 9am on Tuesday 7th August 2018

To Apply: See ‘To Apply for any post’ section below  


Freelance Trainers required

We are looking for freelance trainers to join our team of trainers.

Position:   Freelance Trainer

Location:   Various venues across Oxfordshire available. To include Oxford, Didcot, Banbury, Bicester and Witney.

Pay rate:    £780 per course.

Hours:        Part time, various weekday mornings or evenings, with additional planning time.

Contract:   Self-employed

We are looking for trainers to help us deliver courses for parent/carers who have a child on the autism spectrum. The … Read more »

Summer Activities 2018!

Join us this Summer for fun ‘stuff”! 

MAKE stuff – DO stuff – TRY new stuff –
do the SOCIAL thing – and make friends!

 

DETAILS  &  BOOKINGS

 

Check out all the details in our latest Newsletter

 

* * * We are STILL accepting bookings !!!  * * *

SPACES ARE AVAILABLE on all activities
EXCEPT Magic-Make-Bake Day on 13 Aug) 

 

Click below for the Newsletter and Application Form
(opens in separate  PDF and Word documents):

2018 Summer Newsletter

2018 Summer Application Form

If you have any queries please contact us by email: info@afso.org.uk 

If your child can not access our Activities – please see the Family Information Directory
which lists other organisations providing activities during school holidays, as well a lot more information you may find useful.

 

From befrienders to youth club workers and occasional helpers at events, Autism Family Support Oxfordshire relies on people like you giving their time.