Contact Info

Autism in Practice, Oak House, Unit C, 6 Tebay Road, Bromborough, Wirral CH62 3PA

Phone: 0151 482 3128

Courses – Download pdf syllabus

We deliver a comprehensive range of courses to facilitate autism in your practice both public and private sector. Download our course syllabus:

Understanding Autism
Personalised Commuication
Using Visual Structure
Sensory Differences
Relationships and Sexuality
Autism and the Police
Autism in Practice

Course Policies


Students are asked to access the course punctually at the time indicated as the comprehensive content of the course requires prompt and immediate commencement to obtain full benefit from the training.

Students are expected to participate in all activities as listed on the course breakdown and to attend for the duration of the course.

Inform Your Instructor of Any Accommodations Needed

If you have a disability and would like to request accommodations, (e.g. printing information or course content on pastel paper to support those who have dyslexia) please contact the instructor as soon as possible prior to the course so that your accommodations may be provided in a timely manner.

Autism in Practice Oak House (C) 6 Tebay Road Bromborough CH62 3PA Wirral

Latest News

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Campaigners mark first year of Liverpool Autism Champions

Does any city have a bigger heart than Liverpool? In the year since we launched our Liverpool Autism Champions scheme, we've been touched by the kindness and positivity of organisations large and small. Our ambition to make Liverpool a leading autism-friendly city has not dimmed, not one bit. To show you how far we've [...]

By | March 31st, 2017|Latest News|

Autism and the seven senses: touch

The sense of touch is very important for social development and helps us to assess the environment that we are in. It also provides us with information that we also need for visual perception, body awareness and motor planning.

By | December 19th, 2016|Latest News, Seven Senses|

Sight and the autistic spectrum

78% of people with autism have a high degree of sensory differences in one or many of their senses and one of the most prevalent is in their visual sense.

By | December 8th, 2016|Latest News, Seven Senses|

Vestibular sense and the autistic spectrum

The vestibular system is located in our inner ears. When it isn't working typically, people with autism can be seriously affected. It can impede their understanding of what is happening to them and to the world around them.

By | December 2nd, 2016|Latest News, Seven Senses|

The Fine Art of Autism Awareness

On 31st October 2016, our trainers visited Tate Liverpool at the historic Albert Dock to deliver a half day session in developing Autism Awareness for the staff team and introducing what it means to be a Liverpool Autism Champion.

By | November 29th, 2016|Latest News|

Autism and the seven senses – taste

If a person is under-sensitive in the taste sense then they may prefer foods that are very spicy or they may even pick up and eat non-edible items.

By | November 24th, 2016|Latest News, Seven Senses|

Autism and the seven senses: Proprioception

If you lost your sense of proprioception, you would lose ownership of your body and your sense of individuality.

By | November 17th, 2016|Latest News, Seven Senses|

Autism and the seven senses: smell

According to a recent study, those with autism may not inhale sweet and foul scents through their olfactory systems in the same way that others do.

By | November 10th, 2016|Latest News, Seven Senses|

Autism and the seven senses: Hearing

Imagine you are driving a car on a motorway. You are listening to music and singing along to your favourite band. You are quite relaxed and confident in your ability to drive safely and meet any needs that arise during the journey.

By | November 3rd, 2016|Latest News, Seven Senses|

Focus on the strength of the individual

Autism in Practice, the training division of Autism Together were one of the guest speakers at this years Autism Show at Event City in Manchester where Yvonne Smith discussed the challenges of ‘Supporting people with autism in the wider community’.

By | August 3rd, 2016|Latest News|