The Caldwell Autism Foundation is a registered charity that works to raise awareness of the communication and sensory difficulties experienced by autistic people . We actively promote the rights and entitlements of autistic people as valued members of their community and of society as a whole.
We have eight Responsive Communication workshops coming up in Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Swansea:
Intensive Interaction and Sensory-based Approaches:
using Responsive Communication to support autistic people
The workshops provide an interactive and highly engaging introduction to Responsive Communication and are being provided at low-cost to professionals and free to autistic people, their parents and unpaid carers. There will be tea, coffee and biscuits available at the mid-morning break.
For all workshops, the doors open at 9.15am for a prompt 9.30am start and the morning ends at 1pm.
There are 42 places available at each event so please book your tickets early to avoid disappointment. Click HERE to go to the events page where there are links to each of the workshops. The dates for these events are as follows:
Aberaeron (Friday 16 March)
Haverfordwest (Friday 23 March)
Llanelli (Wednesday 28 March) – SOLD OUT
Swansea (Friday 4 May) – SOLD OUT
Aberystwyth (Friday 8 June)
Narberth (Thursday 14 June)
Lampeter (Friday 22 June)
Ammanford (Friday 29 June) – SOLD OUT
RESPONSIVE COMMUNICATION TRAINING FILM – To view our series of short films on the various elements of Responsive Communication, please click on the tab at the top of the menu on the left. The Caldwell Autism Foundation made these films with Phoebe Caldwell and Janet Gurney, who between them have over 60 years experience supporting autistic people.
The Caldwell Autism Foundation has been awarded funding to provide a Responsive Communication Service for Autistic Children and Young People in Carmarthenshire. This twelve-month pilot project is investigating the effectiveness of a new way of delivering our Responsive Communication service using a combination of small-group workshops and home visits. To find out more, please visit our Responsive Communication Pilot Project page.