Nurturing the potential of the differently abled

Woodfield Manor Autism Training and Resource Centre operates a quarterly Autism Awareness Workshop Programme

Target Group: Take advantage of this workshop if you are an Autism parents, Graduates, Teachers, unemployed SHS, Technical and Vocational Leavers who have a passion to work with children and young people with autism spectrum disorders to equip yourself with needed skills and knowledge.

Dates: TBC (Saturdays included)

Time: 9am – 5pm Lunch included

Registration Fee
(with the incentive of voluntary placement at an Autism School to gain experience after the Workshop)

Location: Woodfield Manor Autism Training School, Chris Nartey Street, off Adenta-Dodowa Road
GPS: GM122-0235

WhatsApp/Call 0508740965; 0303930832 for advance place booking


Gain valuable insight into working or living with someone with autism

Learn tips and advice

Fast track your career

Learn the valuable centred approach

Know how to ensure that you provide a safe environment

Visual strategies

Learn about organization at home, work and in the community

Know the ethical considerations when working with someone with autism

Identify how to improve autism awareness

Course outline

⁃ Introduction to Autism
⁃ Causes and diagnosis of Autism
⁃ Sensory issues
⁃ Language and communication skills
⁃ Understanding and dealing with Autistic Behaviour
⁃ How persons with Autism communicate
⁃ Insight into how Autism is diagnosed in children
⁃ The behavioural patterns of an autistic person
⁃ How to set limits
⁃ Identify common myths associated with this condition
⁃ Insight into how to prepare a person for social engagement
⁃ In-depth knowledge into social skills, communication and more

What will you learn

This Autism Awareness workshop is overflowing with information and is designed to give you the knowledge and skill to work with children and adults with autism on a daily basis as a facilitator at a school or caregiver at home.