What to expect from our webinars
To help support families, carers and educators of children on the autism spectrum, we schedule regular webinars which are free for you to access. Each webinar runs for an hour and discusses a range of topics in greater detail. Our webinars are recorded and can be viewed later on this website or on our YouTube channel and our Vimeo page.
Check out our previous webinars below. We have a contact form on the bottom of this page that you can fill out if you would like to be notified about future webinars.
Returning to School - Preparing for Change
This webinar explores strategies to support young people returning to school post-COVID 19.
During this webinar in May 2020 we explored how characteristics of autism can influence an individual’s ability to communicate effectively.
免费华人家庭网络研讨会 沟通与自闭症 [Communication and Autism]
自闭症的特点会影响个人有效沟通的能力。Chinese community webinar on communication
Transitions and Change
During this webinar in April 2020 we discussed a range of transitions and times of change and explored the principles involved in making transition and change successful.
New Directions: Technology and Online Learning 1.0
This webinar held in April 2020 explores ways that online learning is connecting classrooms and the home environment.
Day in the Life: Technology and Online Learning 2.0
This second version of our Technology and Online Learning webinar shares live demonstrations of tools and strategies.
During this webinar we explored how young people on the autism spectrum understand the concept of friendship.
Wellbeing and Resilience
Sharing strategies, programs and resources that can support young people on the spectrum to learn about resilience and wellbeing.
Talking about Sexuality
During this webinar in April 2020 we discussed the importance of educating young people on the spectrum about sexuality.
The senses are discussed in relation to understanding how sensory sensitivities impact on daily functioning and how to support these.
iPads and Autism
Technology and how it can be used to address core needs and creative learning experiences in the classroom and at home.
Supporting Transitions in the Secondary Years and Beyond
This webinar explores supports and strategies for young people moving on to post-school life.
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