A safe space for parents, carers, and professionals to access training and bespoke consultancy to best support Autistic children and young people.
What We Do
iAAS offers a range of accredited training packages, bespoke family consultancy, and independent advice & support with Statutory SEN paperwork, school placement, or tribunal proceedings.
iAAS is working in partnership with SENNIES, a special educational needs childcare agency.
Vicky Brewer says:
“I am an Autism Consultant (MSc) and accredited trainer, along with a qualified specialist teacher and Education Advisor for the Local Authority. I provide training on Autistic Spectrum Conditions, including Pathological Demand Avoidance, anxiety, communication, sensory processing, and the presentation of girls, along with many more subjects of interest.
I offer a specific training package for Nannies, which incorporates aspects of support for both the children and their families. Having worked as a private nanny for 10 years, I have also included many aspects of the everyday nanny role, including logistics of organisation, meal preparation, creating schedules, and effective communication. This package has been accredited by CPDUK and can be delivered within full (3hours) or in short format (1.5hrs), both face to face and via virtual platforms.
BAPN members receive a generous 25% discount off courses. See full details and access code in our members-only portal.
The full details can be found on my website: http://www.autismadviceservice.net
Targeted Home Schooling Support
During these uncertain times, we are dedicated to supporting Autistic Children and Young People and know that family finances might be restricted.
The COVID Home Schooling Support will be offered at a reduced rate and can be offered virtually, via WhatsApp, text, live chat, or email.
Please get in touch if you require support and advice around encouraging engagement, activity ideas, structuring the environment, behaviour for learning, or effective timetabling.
See the 'Home School Support' tab within the site menu for more information or select 'Get Help Now' to start chatting. http://www.autismadviceservice.net