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June 2021

08 June

6:00pm - 9:00pm

Supporting Successful Transitions: Preparing For High School | 08/06/2021

Autism Association of WA – Subiaco, 37 Hay St
Subiaco, WA Australia

Moving from primary to secondary school is significant step in the education journey of every student. A step that marks a change from the familiar to the unknown, and brings with it new places, people and ways of doing things.  

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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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18 June

9:30am - 11:30am

Making It A Success! Getting Ready To Start School | 18/06/2021

Autism Association of WA – Shenton Park, 215 Stubbs Tce
Shenton Park, WA 6008 Australia

Moving from the safe and familiar environment of home into school for the first time can be both exciting and a little scary. Starting school is a big step for little people!  Planning, practical preparation and building familiarity will help you make this important life transition a success! 

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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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