We are proud to join with Clinical Partners to present these FREE webinars, designed to help families with autistic children, that will help us work towards our vision of ‘Sharing best evidence, improving practice’.
The third OpenHouse on Autism event is on sleep and what to do when your child won’t sleep, followed by a live discussion to answer your questions. Register for FREE now! Plus view all of the upcoming other FREE webinars.
Join our host Emma Woodhouse, autism specialist with Clinical Partners, sleeping disorder specialist Dr. Charlie Tyack and leading autism clinician Dr. Ann Ozsivadjian to discover practical ways to address challenges around getting your child to bed.
Key things you’ll learn:
- The causes of sleep problems
- Creating a low anxiety routine
- Creating meaningful boundaries
- How to manage waking in the middle of the night
- How therapy can make a difference
The format combines an expert presentation followed by hosted Q&A where we will explore and seek to address your questions. All attendees will receive a top tips action plan that you can adapt to your needs, to help put the key insights from the event to use.
Please note these are public events and we are not able to give any personal recommendations.
Emma Woodhouse, Neurodevelopmental Specialist with Clinical Partners, is passionate about promoting the psychological well-being of autistic people in all walks of life and is one of the UK’s leading authorities on Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC), ADHD and associated complex mental health difficulties.
Our expert speakers
Dr. Charlie Tyack works in a paediatric sleep centre, with children and their families, to address chronic difficulties with sleep in the context of long term health conditions and neurodisabilities, including intellectual disabilities. He has extensive experience of working positively with people with autistic spectrum conditions.
Dr. Ann Ozsivadjian is an Independent Practitioner and Honorary Researcher at Kings College London. She is a leading expert in the assessment and treatment of mental health difficulties in ASD, in understanding cognitive pathways to anxiety in ASD, and also working with girls and women on the autism spectrum.