“John not only has an extraordinary insight into his own autism, he has the ability to articulate it superbly well. I would recommend him as a speaker to anyone who has any contact with a person on the spectrum.” Luke Beardon, Senior Lecturer in Autism at Sheffield Hallam University.
“Your training was by far the most informative and effective session I’ve ever had on any aspect of special educational needs provision.” Headteacher of a large UK secondary school.
“Just want to say such a big thank you for Wednesday. I can honestly say it is the most positive training day I’ve ever experienced. It’s the first time I’ve come out of such a day feeling empowered and above all filled with much hope for the future of my boys. As a group we will most certainly be asking you back.” Parent Support Group (Parent of 3 autistic boys)
“I am extremely grateful that my expectations were certainly fulfilled and your style and interaction helped me enormously.” (Individual on the autistic spectrum)
“Thank you for the training yesterday it was very interesting and the feedback I have received so far has been very positive.” (Training Manger Warrington Borough Council)
“Thank you very much for delivering your personal perspective on the PGC in Asperger Syndrome earlier this year, which was very well received.” National Autistic Society
“Very many thanks for coming to talk to us on Saturday. Everyone enjoyed it so much. It was not only very informative but very entertaining as well!”
“You have given us as students, a deeper insight into Asperger’s Syndrome and cleared a lot of the myths that you talked about.”
Dr. John Biddulph is an experienced trainer and practitioner in the field of autism. He is a published author on autism and is in the unusual though not unique position of being an autism professional with a diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome. He has a profound understanding of other people with ASDs and he is able to help those living and working with children to consider helpful strategies, which may not otherwise have been considered. He has worked with mainstream and special schools, including working with children with significant behaviours that challenge. John Biddulph is a registered TEACCH trainer and a consummate professional musician, who is developing some fascinating work around music therapy and ASDs.
Contact John – firstname.lastname@example.org