Lesson 1: Introduction and Understanding of Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA)
Lesson 2: What are Demands and How to Avoid
Lesson 3: PDA & Anxiety: Key Strategies
Lesson 4: Difference between PDD, ODD, and ASD
Lesson 5: Practical Approaches and Strategies to Support Learning
Lesson 6:Supporting and Understanding Behaviour
Lesson 7: PDA and Education: How to Make it Work

Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) in the Classroom: Understanding and Teaching Strategies for Educators

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Join Laura Kerbey (MBPsS. BSc (Hons), PGCE, PGCE (Autism), NPQH), the best-selling author and renowned educator, for an enlightening course on Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA). Dive into seven comprehensive lessons, starting with an introduction to PDA, exploring the nuances of demands and avoidance strategies, and understanding the intersection of PDA with anxiety. Gain insights into differentiating PDA from related conditions like PDD, ODD, and ASD, and learn practical approaches and strategies to support learning.

✅ 2 Hours, 7 Lessons

✅ 6 Weeks to Complete

✅ Certificate of Completion

✅ Email questions directly to Sue Larkey

Why You Should Do This Course

Join Laura Kerbey (MBPsS. BSc (Hons), PGCE, PGCE (Autism), NPQH), the best-selling author and renowned educator, for an enlightening course on Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA). Dive into seven comprehensive lessons, starting with an introduction to PDA, exploring the nuances of demands and avoidance strategies, and understanding the intersection of PDA with anxiety. Gain insights into differentiating PDA from related conditions. Learn practical approaches and strategies to support learning. This course culminates in exploring effective ways to support behavior and integrate PDA strategies into educational settings, empowering educators and caregivers alike.

Lesson 1: Introduction and Understanding of Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA)
Lesson 2: What are Demands and How to Avoid
Lesson 3: PDA & Anxiety: Key Strategies
Lesson 4: Difference between PDD, ODD, and ASD
Lesson 5: Practical Approaches and Strategies to Support Learning
Lesson 6:Supporting and Understanding Behaviour
Lesson 7: PDA and Education: How to Make it Work

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Start Date How useful was the course? Would you recommend this course to others? If “YES” would recommend: What would you say to people who were considering  doing the course?
2023-12-03 20:15:27 Very Good Yes A must for Principals, teachers and teaching assistants who work with or have a child with PDA in their school.    There can be a lot of conflict amongst staff about the best approach when working with PDA students and this course will help everyone work collaboratively.
2023-12-03 13:38:16 Excellent Yes This is amazing. particularly the strategies
2023-12-03 09:56:58 Excellent Yes In combination with the podcast, this course explains so well the underlying needs and causes, has many practical strategies and some really good advice.
2023-12-03 06:56:42 Excellent Yes It makes you understand the differences between ASD refusal and PDA refusal and the reasons why. I think the whole school ES/Teaching staff should participate in this.
2023-12-02 11:34:18 Very Good Yes It is helpful in helping understand Anxiety, not just in relation to PDA, but children who have endured cumulative trauma.
2023-12-02 11:13:04 Excellent Yes very practical, useful and extremely clear presented course
2023-12-02 10:47:45 Very Good Yes Just learning how to respectfully interact with PDAers is a skill
2023-12-01 12:54:08 Very Good Yes  
2023-12-01 12:54:09 Very Good Yes  
2023-12-01 03:42:22 Good Yes The resources links are very useful…
2023-12-01 02:29:54 Very Good Yes Very interesting.
2023-11-30 21:01:09 Excellent Yes Fantastic presenters really helpful information and built upon what I knew already.
2023-11-30 20:38:12 Excellent Yes The information was really helpful and well presented with some new strategies and ideas.
2023-11-30 19:24:48 Excellent Yes It will depend your understanding of PDA
2023-11-30 14:27:28 Excellent Yes I have already told everyone at work
2023-11-30 13:58:57 Very Good Yes  
2023-11-30 12:31:14 Excellent Yes to gain more Insite and knowledge on working with children with or without diagnoses
2023-11-29 16:38:13 Excellent Yes It’s an essential course if you are new to PDA and have a student coming in your classroom next year
2023-11-29 15:54:48 Very Good Yes Informative on PDA and can give some strong tips on working with these children
2023-11-29 13:53:41 Very Good Yes  
2023-11-29 12:28:35 Excellent Yes An invaluable training for those working with children with autism with a PDA profile, Laura is clear and easy to listen to, she speaks from personal experience and gives great insight into successfully working with and supporting students. She has changed my thinking, esecially about being a Learning Facilitator and having a Learner Led Approach, I love this.
2023-11-29 09:35:52 Excellent Yes Clear, informative and really opens your eyes on how to respond to children with PDA
2023-11-28 22:36:21 Very Good Yes It will give you a better understanding of PDA
2023-11-28 21:39:53 Excellent Yes This course gives some clarity to teachers about the difficulties faced by students with PDA
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