autism

2020 Autism Conference Series: Achieving Meaningful Inclusion (ADL)

Dr Stephen Shore is an internationally renowned educator, consultant, and author on lifespan issues in the area of education, relationships, employment, and self-advocacy. Currently the Professor of Special Education at Adelphi University in America, he is known for his groundbreaking work in the autism field. Stephen is also now a powerful autistic advocate for the …

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Information Resource: The Spectrum website

The Spectrum website is a free resource. It shares common questions and answers about autism, information about the autism diagnosis, discusses how to get a diagnosis, strategies & interventions, and supports & services. The website can be accessed in a number of languages and uses both person-first language (“person with autism”) and identity-first language (“autistic person”) …

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Webinar – Building Resilience for Children and Teenagers

Hear about online and remotely delivered evidence-based tools and programs that can help build resilience in children and teenagers on the autism spectrum. Secret Agent Society: espionage, technology and fun, now able to be delivered through telehealth and online learning services! Empowering children to crack the code of emotions and friendship to reach their full …

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Webcast: Challenging Behaviour in Classic Autism

  Professor Tony Attwood and Dr Michelle Garnett present by Webcast only: Challenging Behaviour in Classic Autism TOPICS COVERED Strategies to develop communication skills for those who have limited speech The learning profile associated with classic autism and strategies to encourage the acquisition of academic and daily living skills The effects of social experiences and facilitating …

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Autism SA Workshops

Autism SA provides a variety of training and development opportunities to benefit families, carers, professionals & individuals. Check out the range of workshops that are relevant to your role at https://www.autismsa.org.au/training-workshops

Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC) Program – Expression of Interest

Make the most of your AAC investment This Program has been developed for those who support individuals who use AAC to communicate. We see you as ‘communication partners’. The program aims to build the capacity of you as a ‘communication partner’ over a 10 week block – comprising of 5 fortnightly face to face sessions. …

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