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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Webinar – Autism and Employment Webinar

A free webinar for autistic people wanting tips on finding and keeping a job (as well as people supporting autistic people through employment). Do you want to know more about autism and employment? Join us for a day of discussion and get valuable information about finding and keeping work. You will: hear about employment from […]

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Autism SA – Workshops for families and professionals

Autism SA offers a variety of training sessions – held at both the Netley and Elizabeth sites. Autism SA’s workshops are delivered by a highly experienced and diverse training team which includes consultants, occupational therapists, speech pathologists and facilitators who have extensive experience in working with individuals on the autism spectrum in a range of […]

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Catch up on the latest research from Autism CRC

Latest research from Autism CRC – December news. PUBLICATIONS Intervention to support students: examining teachers’ responses to Finished! The On-task Toolkit Loneliness in adults on the autism spectrum Understanding anxiety in adults on the autism spectrum: its relationship with intolerance… Exploring anxiety at home, school, and in the community through self‐report from children A portfolio […]

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Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder: Practical Strategies for Teachers (Perth)

Why Autism Spectrum Disorder? As more children are being diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), mainstream teachers are increasingly expected to provide appropriate support for students with complex learning needs within mainstream classes. Students with ASD often require support to cope with the social demands of the classroom and playground, deal with change, avoid sensory […]

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Autism SA training calendar for semester 2 2019

Autism SA have just released a new calendar of training for semester 2. Please view the flyer to see full details on the session topics, including: Understanding autism Effective Strategies to support a person with autism Setting up A and B Choices Hygiene, Puberty and Relationships Increase engagement through work, rewards and breaks Understanding autism […]

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School Years Webinar – Autism CRC

School Years Webinar – Autism CRC Hear the latest evidence-based research on: * improving classroom acoustics * promoting school connectedness * inclusionED – an e-learning portal for Australian teachers. Speakers: * Michael Whelan, Autism CRC Project Leader and Queensland University of Technology Associate Professor – Music * Wayne Wilson, Autism CRC Project Leader and University […]

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