Certificate of Achievement
has completed the following course:
This online course explored autism, including diagnosis, the autistic spectrum, and life with autism. The course was presented in the context of addressing the 'big question': does autism exist?
4 weeks, 3 hours per week
Dr Jill Bradshaw
Lead Educator, and Lecturer in Learning Disability
The University of Kent
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- Explain what autism is, and evaluate whether it really exists
- Identify social communication skills and explain what happens if they do not develop as expected
- Summarise knowledge of sensory and repetitive behaviours, and whether such behaviours are advantages or disadvantages
- Explain why many people on the autism spectrum have co-occurring conditions
- Identify the origins of strengths and difficulties experienced by people on the autism spectrum
- Explore and discuss lived experiences of people on the autism spectrum
- What is autism… and does it exist?
- Social communication skills
- Sensory sensitivities and repetitive behaviours
- Co-occurring conditions
- Strengths and difficulties of people on the autism spectrum
- Lived experiences of people on the autism spectrum
Issued on 25th July 2017
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This learner has not verified their identity. The certificate and transcript do not imply the award of credit or the conferment of a qualification from The University of Kent.
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