Loading Events

« All Events

How to Build Resilience | 12/09/2018

September 12 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

| Free - $75.00

Please note that we require a minimum of 10 registrations for this workshop to go ahead.

Resilience refers to an individual’s ability to face and overcome challenges utilising their individual strengths.  Resilience is something that we are not born with but that we learn and develop over time and through experience. Resilience continues to develop across the lifespan and is assisted by positive relationships and a strong understanding of self.  Many people with Autism have difficulties facing everyday challenges. This workshop will explore ways in which we can foster an environment which builds resilience in the individual and maintains a positive focus when facing challenges.


If you are currently a client of The Autism Association of WA and have a key therapist, payment will be directly deducted from your child’s funding package. For further information please discuss with your key therapist. 

For other families, we have kept costs to a minimum which is $50 per person or $75 for a couple.

If your child is currently on our waiting list for services and is not currently accessing any services with another therapy provider then you may be able to access this training at no cost – please email seminars@autism.org.au  for more information.


September 12
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Free - $75.00
Event Categories:
, ,


Autism Association of WA
9489 8900


Autism Association of WA – Shenton Park
215 Stubbs Terrace
Shenton Park, WA 6008 Australia
+ Google Map
(08) 9489 8900


18 out of 20 available Registration for families currently accessing services with the Autism Association of WA

Please fill in all required fields

Enter the name and email of the person to send your RSVP confirmation to:


20 available
Parent/Relative Single registration | 12/09/2018$50.00

Please fill in all required fields

20 available
Parent/Relative Couple registration | 12/09/2018$75.00

Please fill in all required fields

Speak now