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Attention Autism Day 1 (Lincolnshire)
Wed, 30 Oct 2019, 9:30 am
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Attention Autism Day 2 (Lincolnshire)
Thu, 31 Oct 2019, 9:30 am
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Advanced Practitioner Follow Up Day (Guildford)
Sat, 2 Nov 2019, 9:45 am
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Attention Autism Day 4 (Guildford)
Sat, 16 Nov 2019, 9:30 am
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Gina's Blog

My Tips

Gina Davies gives some tips for parenting autistic children

Walking and Talking Autism 2014

A volunteering project offering support to families of young children with autistic spectrum disorders

Walking and Talking Autism 2015

Walking and talking again! More families, more miles

Christmas Challenges

Hints on how to cope with Christmas with the autistic child

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  • Gina Davies is well known for her down to earth practical and fun approach
    Practical Interventions... Gina Davies is well known for her down to earth practical and fun approach

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Our role is to provide services to families, carers and professionals who are dealing with the challenges of autism among children.

The aim is to help you and your child flourish through practical methods and strategies that have been developed over many years by acclaimed autism expert, Gina Davies.

The approach and techniques that Gina has developed are simple, effective and fun.

We provide a range of services to parents and carers, as well as professionals, including teachers, health professionals, speech and language therapists and care workers.

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Gina Davies captures the attention of her audience in minutes by her dynamic style, attention-grabbing activities and her obvious depth of knowledge of autism. She has the ability to engage children and young people at the very earliest stages of communication and to inspire and pass on her methods effectively. Dr Glenys Jones
Chartered Psychologist and Editor of the Good Autism Practice Journal
Autism Centre for Education and Research, University of Birmingham