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Kindly contact the Autism Advisor team on free call 1800 636 427, or email Autism.Advisor@autism.org.au to discuss future family training options in your area. 

 

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May 2021

07 May

9:30am - 11:00am

Supporting Communication In The Early Years | 2 Part Webinar | 07/05/2021 and 21/05/2021

Communication is about so much more than just the words we use or the ability to talk. 
Join our First Steps for Autism Early Intervention Speech Language Pathologist to learn more about what communication is and how to nurture the development of communication skills in young children with Autism. 

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20 May

9:30am - 12:30pm

Early Days – My Child and Autism | 2 Part Webinar | 20/05/2021 and 27/05/2021

online webinar, Australia

Please note, this workshop will occur across two sessions, attendance at both is recommended. Part one: 20/05/2021, 9.30am to 12.30pm Part two: 27/05/2021, 9.30am to 12.30pm The Early Days Workshops are provided free to families and carers (unpaid) of children aged 0 to 6 years with (or who may have) Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We recommend attending an introductory session such Early Days: My Child and Autism prior to attending other topics. The My Child & Autism workshop is an introductory workshop…

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June 2021

09 June

6:00pm - 9:00pm

Early Days – Developing my Child’s Independence Skills | Webinar | 09/06/2021

online webinar, Australia

Please note that we require a minimum of 8 registrations for this workshop to go ahead. The Early Days Workshops are provided free to families and carers (unpaid) of children aged 0 to 6 years with (or who may have) Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We recommend attending an introductory session such Early Days: My Child and Autism prior to attending other topics. What this workshop offers: Understanding why everyday self-care skills can be hard for a child with ASD. Teaching strategies for…

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16 June

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Building Positive Behaviour: An Introduction To Supporting Positive Behaviour Change | Webinar | 16/06/2021

Behaviour is how we act and react to everyday environments and situations. We all engage in behaviour that challenges others at times, its part of being a person. In some cases though, people develop behaviours that persist, interfering with their day-to-day experiences, affecting their relationships and impacting their quality of life. A positive and pro-active approach includes considering the reasons for the person’s behaviour so that we can work out how to help make things better for them. 

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24 June

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Uncovering The ‘Hidden Curriculum’ – What Is It? What Do We Do About It? | Webinar | 24/06/2021

‘Hidden Curriculum’ is the term used for information that people seem to automatically know without ever being explicitly taught.  It involves the ‘unwritten rules’ in situations and ability to read between the lines to get an idea of what’s expected in different places, with certain people, at a specific location or within a particular culture. 
As young people transition from primary school to high school, these ‘unwritten rules’ become more complex.  

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July 2021

13 July

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Social Skills: Figuring Out Friendship | Webinar | 13/07/2021

Everyone has the right to belong and to make meaningful connections with those around them. Social relationships and friendships provide us with experience in managing our own emotions, responding to the feelings of others, collaborating, negotiating and problem-solving. Children with Autism often require support to develop the skills they need to make and keep friends.  Join us as we look at how to build on your child’s strengths to help them navigate and benefit from the social dynamics of friendship.  

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29 July

9:30am - 11:00am

Building Positive Behaviour: An Introduction To Supporting Positive Behaviour Change | Webinar | 29/07/2021

Behaviour is how we act and react to everyday environments and situations. We all engage in behaviour that challenges others at times, it’s part of being a person. In some cases though, people develop behaviours that persist, interfering with their day-to-day experiences, affecting their relationships and impacting their quality of life. A positive and pro-active approach considers the reasons for the person’s behaviour so that we can work out how to help make things better for them. 

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August 2021

12 August

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Supporting Communication For School-Aged Children | 2 Part Webinar | 12/08/2021 and 26/08/2021

Communication is about so much more than just the words we use or the ability to talk. 
Join our School-Age Intervention Service Speech Language Pathologist to learn more about what communication is, and how to support the ongoing development of communication skills in school-aged children with Autism.

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September 2021

16 September

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Autism And Anxiety: Practical Strategies For Supporting Adults | Webinar | 16/09/2021

Being an adult comes with many pressures and challenges. Because of this, anxiety is something that affects many people with autism at some point of their life. Did you know that Anxiety is one of the most common co-occurring conditions for people with Autism?    

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October 2021

21 October

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Building Positive Behaviour: An Introduction To Supporting Positive Behaviour Change | Webinar | 21/10/2021

Behaviour is how we act and react to everyday environments and situations.  We all engage in behaviour that challenges others at times, its part of being a person. In some cases though, people develop behaviours that persist, interfering with their day-to-day experiences, affecting their relationships and impacting their quality of life. A positive and pro-active approach considers the reasons for the person’s behaviour so that we can work out how to help make things better for them. 

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