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As part of World Autism Awareness Week we are organising an event for parents and carers.   

As you will no doubt be aware it seems that in today’s world everything is high tech and can, at times, be very complicated. It is all too easy to get caught up in trying to find the latest and greatest gadget when actually low-tech resources can be just as effective! Collette Gowing, DHT at Langlands Primary, has very kindly agreed to share the low-tech resources and strategies used by her and her staff to support children with ASD which we hope you, as parents and carers will find both accessible and useful!

Below is a brief outline of the event for your information. If you would like to book a place at this event, please e-mail Yvonne Keenan as soon as possible

Please note that places at the event are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Thank you.

Kind regards,

Karen Keith

Inclusion Officer

Education Improvement Service

City Chambers East

40 John Street


G1 1JL


Tel: 01412870626


Information on Parents’ / Carers Event at Langlands Primary

Title: Low tech resources and strategies for children with communication difficulties and/or distressing behaviour

Target group: Parents/Carers

Aim: To have opportunities to explore a range of low tech resources used to support and enhance children’s speech, develop communication and manage distressing behaviour

Content:  Demonstrate and discuss resources used on a daily basis and how these can support children within the mainstream or ASN setting.  These resources are particularly effective with children with ASD.  There will be two rooms to visit.  One with specific focus on communication and the other on behaviour management

Maximum number of participants: 30

Date: 27.4.17

Start time: 10.30am

Finish Time: 11.30am

Venue: Langlands primary, Glenside Avenue, Crookston G53 5SD


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