Information Morning: PDA, Corrina Wood on Learning How to be a Detective
Speaker: Corrina Wood -independent consultant and trainer
Topic: Learning How to be a Detective
Date: Wed, 21 July 2021
Time: 10:00 – 11:00 BST
Corrina has worked with neurodivergent families for almost 20 years providing advice and support. As a consultant she works with both families and individuals with Autism, PDA and other neuro-divergent conditions. She is a qualified trainer who has been developing and delivering training to both parents and professionals for 15 years. Corrina is also a licensed Cygnet facilitator, an evidence-based course for parents of children with Autism. She has a Masters in Autism where her dissertation focused on parental stress and understanding behaviours. Corrina also works as a disability consultant assessing the impact autism has on parenting, and how best professionals can support autistic parents. She has recently published a story book called ‘Paddy the Platypus likes Pants’ about sensory difference.
As a parent, Corrina has four children with Autism, two have a PDA profile.
What will be covered in this session?
This session will provide an overview of Corrina's ‘learning how to be a detective' approach to PDA and her lived experience as a parent with children with ASC and PDA.
To learn more about Corrina and her work, go to: platypustraining.org
Who to contact
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Wednesday 21 July 2021: 10am – 11am
- Time of day
- Free access
Last updated: 12 Jul 2021