Thursday, 10th May 2018
– Doors open at 9:00am
PJ Care Head Office
At Puzzle Centre we have been using the SCERTS model at our specialist centre, and in our outreach assessment and support service, since 2010. We are now a national demonstration site for the use of SCERTS. If you are looking for a practical framework to provide structures that will help a child with autism in your care, either in a school setting or at home, this course is for you. The Puzzle Team can demonstrate how you too can successfully integrate the SCERTS model to provide a programme for supporting children and their families that focuses on meaningful progress within everyday routines at home, school and the community.
Introduction to the SCERTS Principles
The initial assessment process using SCERTS at Puzzle Centre
Setting goals using SCERTS checklists
Using educational planning grids to write SCERTS goals
Case studies (Social, Language and Conversational partner stages)
Transactional Support as a tool for observing and reflecting on your practice and working with parents and other practitioners
By the end of this course you will:
Understand the key principles of the SCERTS model
Be able to start an assessment of a child using the SCERTS manuals*
Be able to write goals using the SCERTS manuals
Understand and use the Transactional Supports element of the SCERTS model
*Please note that the manual will not be provided at this course but we recommend that you purchase your own copy. The SCERTS manuals are available from Amazon books.
This course is appropriate for: Teachers, early years educators, speech and language and occupational therapists, psychologists and those interested in finding out more about the practical application of the SCERTS educational model. Suitable for professionals working with children with autism, or other learning and communication difficulties, up to approximately eight years of age. Please note that a good understanding of early child development is important for delegates attending this course.
Thursday, May 10th 2018
Doors open: 9:00am
Bookings close: May 9th 2018