Three great books by Lynn McCann

How to support children with ASC in Primary and Secondary schools 

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Lynn has finally seen her dream of becoming an author realised with not one, but three books for teachers.  



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Reachout ASC shortlisted for Awards.

Reachout finalist award iconEVA finalist picReachout ASC has been shortlisted for two awards in the past year.  The Enterprise Vision Awards recognise women in business and Lynn was shortlisted in the Training and Coaching catergory.  We were also shortlisted for an Accessiblity Award from Premier Digital Radio.  

Although we didn't win it is a recognition of our business and comittment to making our service a centre of excellence for autism support.  

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Reachout ASC Launches New INSET Courses


Reachout ASC specialist trainier, Lynn McCann has added three new traning options to our already extensive autism courses.  

1. Lego Therapy - learn what all the hype is about, what Lego Therapy is, how to set up and run a group and learn how to develop important social and communication skills with your pupils n the group. 

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Social Story for Dyslexic Pupil

A Social Story(TM)  supporting a Dyslexic Pupil

I was asked to write a Social Story(TM) with a pupil in a school who doesn't have ASC but is struggling with his self esteem because he has Dyslexia.  I love to write Social Stories(TM) with the pupil themselves and this one helped him so much that we agreed it would be good for other pupils who struggle to read and write to be able to read it too. The word "ACCOMPLISHED" was one offered by the pupil, and I thought it was great.

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Having fun in a Secondary School Training Session.

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All my training sessions are made-to-measure.  I will talk to staff before I come to find out what you do already and what issues you are needing to cover. I have a basic set of courses I have written which can then be adapted for each setting.   Here is one example how my training can meet your needs.

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Upcoming Events

Sensory Processing Differences
Tue-12-March-2019 9:30 am
Categories:  KS1 & KS2 | Secondary
Autism , Anxiety & PDA
Tue-26-March-2019 9:30 am
Categories:  KS1 & KS2 | Secondary
Autism & ADHD
Tue-14-May-2019 9:30 am
Categories:  KS1 & KS2 | Secondary
Autism In Women & Girls
Tue-21-May-2019 9:30 am
Categories:  KS1 & KS2 | Secondary
Relationships & Sex Education
Tue-11-June-2019 9:30 am
Categories:  KS1 & KS2 | Secondary
Let's Talk Autism (With Transition)
Tue-9-July-2019 9:30 am
Categories:  KS1 & KS2 | Secondary
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