Target Autism Training and Consultancy Ltd

Target Autism was established in 2012 by Ron Fortuna and Angela Capper. We both had worked previously for the local authority’s autism support team and have over twenty years of experience in the field of autism education. We offer a range of services to help assist professionals and parents who deal with people that have an autism spectrum condition. Our work includes support and training for school staff, care homes, council workers, transportation staff and parents. We work in conjunction with paediatricians and educational psychologists to assist with the diagnostic process for young people. We carry out observations on students and offer schools advice in order to help all parties to progress from problematic issues that may stem from an underlying autism condition.

Angela Capper

Angela has worked in schools of all phases for nearly 20 years supporting children and young people on the Autism Spectrum; formerly as a Specialist Practitioner with the Northamptonshire County Council’s Autistic Spectrum Team.

She has a wide experience of working directly with children, adults and

parents, delivering training and helping professionals to overcome barriers to achievement and inclusion. She was the co-editor of Social

Scripts for the Home, a CD resource developed for parents of children with ASD co-produced with the charity Autism Concern.

Angela has trained in many approaches relevant to autism including: 5 day TEACCH, Social Stories, Protective Behaviours, Social Thinking, SCERTS, PECS, Solution Focus, Comic Strip Conversations, DIR Floortime and Team Teach. She is also qualified to administer the ADOS assessment tool.

Training settings have included schools of all types and phases, parent groups, adult care homes, transportation services, universities, national conferences and local authority services. Angela was involved with the recent Erasmus + ESIPP project.

Since September 2012, she has worked as an Autism Consultant and founding Company Director of Target Autism Training and Consultancy Ltd.

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Ron Fortuna

Ron Fortuna formerly worked as an advisory teacher for Northamptonshire County Council’s Autism Spectrum Team.

He founded the Designated Special Provision for autism at Caroline Chisholm School in Northampton. Ron has over 25 years of experience teaching, training and supporting staff and young people in both mainstream and specialist settings, and has an MA in Special Educational Needs and Inclusion. He has been an Associate Lecturer for the University of Northampton and was a contributing author to Supporting Pupils on the Autism Spectrum: Whole-school training materials and resources for Sencos by Optimus Publishing (2013). He has been published in the journal Support for Learning and The Teacher magazine. He has been trained in TEACCH, PECS and SCERTS methods. He was the recipient of the 2008 Walter Hines Page Scholarship, allowing him the opportunity to study social skills training methods for children with autism in the USA.

Ron is involved in developing and conducting training for parents, schools, adult care homes, transportation staff and social workers. Additionally, he provides a consultation service to schools and assists professionals in assessing children for autism.

For the past 6 years he has worked as an Autism Consultant and Company Director of Target Autism Training and Consultancy Ltd.

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