Autism and Sleep: Strategies for promoting a healthy night
Let’s get together
We’re hosting a new event, and we’d love to see you there.
We hope you’re able to join us!
About the Workshop
The discussion will cover aspects of routines, worry and anxiety, sensory sensitivities, the importance of self-awareness and developing a food diary, looking at trauma and its impact on sleep, the importance of exercise, strategies and activities.
Who is it for?
This workshop is particularly suited for people with autism (from teenage upwards). Family members, carers are welcome to attend and work to understand and explore the techniques and strategies she will be introducing.
Dr Susy Ridout joined Oxford Brookes University as an Associate Lecturer in Neurodiversity and Inclusion in the School of Architecture, Faculty of Technology, Design and the Environment in September 2019. Central to her work are the identification of communication preferences in order to locate neurodivergent voices at the fore in research, services and debate. In the past two years, Susy has brought insider experience to publications through her books on Autism and Mental Wellbeing in Higher Education and Neurodiversity, Autism and Recovery from Sexual Violence.