Equity and Social Inclusion through Positive Parenting (ESIPP)

The Macedonian Scientific Society for Autism and Target Autism pull together to spread positive approaches in Skopje

20 parents of children with autism participated on the first parent training sessions in Skopje (FYR of Macedonia) entitled “Positive approaches to autism” and held on March 19th and 20th, aimed to teach parents about the management of challenging behavior. The training was delivered by Angela Capper and Ron Fortuna from Target Autism (UK) together with shadow trainers and special needs teachers from the Macedonian Scientific Society for Autism (MSSA).

ESIPP partners teach Croatian parents positive approaches to autism

20 Croatian parents of children with autism participated in the first parent training sessions in order to acquire a first positive approach to autism as well as to learn how to manage challenging behaviour. The training, which was delivered by ESIPP partners Angela Winstanley and Nefi Charalambous-Darden from the Autism Assessment Support Practice (AASP) organisation based in Limassol, Cyprus, aimed to deliver practical advice and guidance for parents on how to support their children.

Parents from all across Cyprus come together for the first ESIPP training session

On March 19th, more than 20 parents of children with autism had the opportunity to participate in the first training session delivered by ESIPP partners Nefi Charalambous-Darden and Angela Winstanley from the Autism Assessment Support Practice educational centre in Limassol, Cyprus. There, parents could acquire a positive approach to autism as well as help to manage challenging behaviour.

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