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Down syndrome and autistic spectrum condition (workshop)

28 Apr 2021,

Down syndrome and autistic spectrum condition (face to face + zoom workshop)

Wednesday 5th May, 10am to 2pm

This workshop, due to run last year but cancelled due to the Pandemic, is a highly interactive workshop and thus best delivered face to face, however we will also aim to accommodate attendees via zoom. The workshop will enable participants to share their understanding of children with a dual diagnosis of Down syndrome and autistic spectrum condition. Using several case studies we will discuss what we know, what we don’t know and what we would like to know! There will also be an opportunity to discuss and share ideas on how to develop skills and manage communication, sensory issues, diet, feeding and unwanted behaviours.

COST: £40 per professional/£20 per family member.


  • An excellent day. I really enjoyed it and gained lots of ideas.
  • Loved the small group work.
  • Today highlighted to me the overlap of difficulties/symptoms seen in DS & ASC
  • Today will make me look at children I am currently working with and think about how they present

TO BOOK VISIT OUR WEBSITE: Training | Down Syndrome Training and Support Service Ltd (

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