The Communication and Interaction (C and I) Team may identify a way of contributing to the support that schools and settings provide to parents and carers of a child or young person who has C and I needs. This may involve meeting with parents and carers on the school site and offering further advice in relation to particular C and I issues for their child.
In collaboration with schools and professionals from other disciplines, the C and I Team will also be involved in organising and delivering parent programmes such as Autism and Us programme, Cygnet and Robins (in this case, specifically targeted towards families of children and young people with a diagnosis of autism).
Parent programmes will be delivered in collaboration with schools and settings and will offer indirect support to them in terms of improving parental confidence and fostering positive relationships. The team are a school based service, therefore, any direct involvement with parents and carers will be carried out in consultation with the school or setting.
To find out more and apply for these sessions email: email@example.com
Related content and resources
Useful autism resources
- Finding a school for your child
- Working together with your child’s school
- Raising a child with autism: Carrie and David – Nip in the bud
Useful Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) resources
- Check the progress of your child’s language development from 6 months to 11 years old
- Information and free downloadable resources for parents from the Communication Trust
- AFASIC parent’s helpline to help signpost further support
One minute guides
A number of our One minute guides cover Language and Communication (Autism) topics as well as information on transition, tics, online safety, autism in girls and lots of helpful advice, guidance and support. Check out our one minute guide: Top Tips for supporting children and young people with Autism.