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Full Course Fee: S$535 per participant

Pre-approved VCF subsidy (applicable to eligible NCSS Member/MSF-funded SSA participants only)


Start Date: 2021-10-11
End Date: 2021-11-08
Time: 6.30pm to 8.30pm
Duration: 6 hr(s)

Programme Description

Individuals on the autism spectrum perceive and experience the world differently. They may respond in ways that others do not expect and may be misunderstood.

“Social Narratives” provide us with an opportunity to address the potential barriers these individuals may face in applying what they have learnt to their real world. These include gaps in social awareness, or low motivation to engage in a situation that may not be very meaningful for them. 

The application component of this program will focus on key elements to help the participants to access meaningful information to help and support the individuals on the autism spectrum overcome barriers to learning and applying a new skill.

The 3 sessions, conducted 2 weeks apart, allows participants an opportunity to implement the strategies discussed, ascertain its effectiveness and review in subsequent sessions for further improvement.

Session 1: (11 October 21, Mon) - Introduction

  • Brief introduction to the Developmental Pipeline. This enables us to analyse what might be the barrier(s) to an individual learning and using a skill.  
  • Presentation of samples of social narratives that target different barriers and needs.

Session 2: (25 October 21, Mon) - Sharing of your own case study, and developing a social narrative  to target the identified barrier

  • Analyse the barrier(s)  and key issue(s) using the Developmental Pipeline
  • Develop a suitable social narrative with the guidelines provided

Session 3: (08 November 21, Mon) - Sharing application of social narratives, reviewing progress, problem solving and discussions on next steps

  • Identify ways to adjust and deliver a social narrative for increased engagement
  • Action steps following the introduction of a social narrative.

Learning Goals

Upon completion of the training workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the possible barriers and issues affecting learning and use of social skills
  • Apply the guidelines to develop effective social narratives to enhance social understanding

Targeted Audience

Teachers/Educators, Therapists and other Professionals working with students on the autism spectrum in Special Education Schools)

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Special Notes

Closing date: 23 August 2021

This 3-part workshop is conducted virtually via Zoom Platform. Successful registered attendees will receive an email confirmation with a zoom meeting ID and password closer to the start date.


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 Ms Alina Chua,

Ms Alina Chua, Principal Autism Consultant

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Tel: 6323-3258
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About Us

  • About Autism Resource Centre

    Autism Resource Centre (Singapore) or ARC(S), was established in response to the growing concern that the needs of this diverse population of people with autism go beyond existing provision. ARC(S) aims to highlight the needs of these individuals and to increase understanding and awareness of autism in our community.


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