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Understanding autism in the early years

Thursday 15 October 2020

4:00pm - 6:00pm

Online via Zoom

Roshi Nasehi

 

Autism is a neurological difference which can affect how a child communicates and interacts with others, and how they make sense of the world. In this session you will understand more about the autistic spectrum and steps towards designing more autism friendly sessions for young children and their families.

 

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This session will be online using Zoom. You will receive an email with further details nearer the time. Please also check your junk inbox.

 

There is a £5 admin charge for this course. However, if you are an individual, freelancer or student who is currently not in employment, and for whom this fee would prevent you from attending, please email admin@sound-connections.org.uk with the title ‘Admin Fee Exemption’ and you will be sent a discount code – no questions asked.

If you would prefer to pay via invoice, please contact Emily (admin@sound-connections.org.uk).


Roshi Nasehi 

Roshi Nasehi is a critically acclaimed Welsh-born musician of Iranian parentage with a strong track record in performance, recording, collaboration, workshops, public art and social intervention projects.

She is a visiting tutor at Goldsmiths and has led high profile participatory projects and training for organisations like Music In Detention, Music Action International and Kith and Kids. She has worked on significant workforce training projects around leading SEND and BESD workshops, for Luton, Redbridge, Enfield and Essex music services.

Roshi is a featured artist in Dr. Pamela Burnard’s book Musical Creativities In Practice. She has received many prestigious commissions, including BBC Radio 3’s The Verb, the Southbank WOW festival, The Musuem Of London’s Belonging Exhibition, Music In Detention for whom she created sound art pieces in collaboration with Syrian refugee families and a major British Council commission for whom she made and presented major public sound installations in Kuwait.

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