These resources have been developed with and for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, in support of their school aged children on the autism spectrum.
There are a range of resources that have been translated to assist with conversations and planning to support a child with diverse learning needs, their family, community members, school staff and other professionals.
加入的話，請發訊息“是”到電話0481 073 960
Positive Partnerships have launched a new free text service program, ‘Walking the Autism Journey Together’, which is specifically for the Chinese community to stay connected in supporting your children on the autism spectrum.
You will receive Chinese text messages that will help you to:
- Hear about upcoming webinars and events
- Strengthen your autism knowledge
- Receive links to resources.
To be involved, please send a text saying 'Yes' to 0481 073 960.
免费华人家庭网络研讨会 沟通与自闭症 / Chinese Webinar - Communication and Autism
中文网络研讨会-科技与网上学习 / Chinese Webinar – Technology and Online Learning
中文网络研讨会-网络环境中的交友与建立关系 / Chinese Webinar – Online Friendships and Relationships
了解向⾃閉症年青人灌輸性教育及建⽴兩性關係 / Chinese Webinar – Sexuality and Relationships
准备孩子进入中学过渡期及面对毕业后的转变 / Chinese Webinar - Supporting Transitions and changes in the secondary years and beyond
Animation - A Family Journey (Chinese - Traditional translation)
This animation was made in collaboration with members of culturally and linguistically diverse communities. The story shares a father's perspective as he thinks back on his early concerns for his son and where the autism journey has taken his family. The story also highlights who and what helped them along the way.
2019 World Autism Awareness Month
Will, a father who participated in Positive Partnerships Chinese workshops, was interviewed by SBS radio in recognition of World Autism Awareness Month. During the interview Will shared his experience of being a father of a daughter on the autism spectrum. He speaks about attending the Positive Partnerships workshop and feeling encouraged to look at positives and what is possible for his daughter’s future. Will also shared that he found learning more about autism not only helped him to support his child on the spectrum more, but also to support his whole family better.