Dr Phoebe Caldwell offers an insight into autism, Responsive Communication and Intensive Interaction
According to The National Autistic Society, more than 1 in 100 people in the UK have autism, a lifelong disability which affects how a person communicates with and relates to others, as well as how they see the world. Sunday April 2 makes World Autism Awareness Day, a global initiative aimed at supporting those with autism. In the UK, it falls at the end of National Autism Awareness Week.
We spoke to Dr Phoebe Caldwell, author, public speaker and leading practitioner in Responsive Communication and Intensive Interaction, about the sensory difficulties those with autism face and how her work can make a difference.
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