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May 2018

Sensory Processing: Understanding and Addressing Common Challenges (Launceston)

May 17 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Northern Children’s Network, 59D Amy Road
Newstead, TAS 7250 Australia
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Free

Sensory Processing differences are common in autism and can cause challenges for participating in everyday activities. This session explores the nature and impact of these differences and strategies for managing challenges. To book, click on website link below.

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Sensory Processing: Understanding and Addressing Common Challenges (Hobart)

May 17 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Glenorchy LINC, Room 2, 4 Terry Street
Glenorchy, TAS 7010 Australia
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Free

Sensory Processing differences are common in autism and can cause challenges for participating in everyday activities. This session explores the nature and impact of these differences and strategies for managing challenges. To book, click on website link below.

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School: Keys to Successful Collaboration (Ulverstone)

May 30 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Free

Successful collaboration between families and school staff can have a positive impact on the education of children on the spectrum. This session explores key aspects of collaboration and strategies to achieve success. To book, click on website link below.

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June 2018

Understanding Autism and Best Practice Support (Launceston)

June 4 @ 9:30 am - 1:30 pm
Northern Children’s Network, 59D Amy Road
Newstead, TAS 7250 Australia
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$80

This foundation workshop will increase your level of understanding, boost your confidence in interacting effectively with people on the autism spectrum, and equip you with methods to apply evidence-based strategies within your current job roles and organisations. The workshop will include a facilitated discussion with autistic adults. It will also cover: Current research on autism spectrum disorders, including prevalence, gender ratios, adult outcomes; The characteristics of autism and the impact on individual functioning; Evidence-based strategies and principles of best practice in the support of people on the autism spectrum. Who should attend? This workshop is suitable for any person who…

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Understanding Autism and Best Practice Support (Hobart)

June 7 @ 9:30 am - 1:30 pm
Braille Library, Rydges Hobart, 393 Argyle Street
North Hobart, TAS 7000
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$80

This foundation workshop will increase your level of understanding, boost your confidence in interacting effectively with people on the autism spectrum, and equip you with methods to apply evidence-based strategies within your current job roles and organisations. The workshop will include a facilitated discussion with autistic adults. It will also cover: Current research on autism spectrum disorders, including prevalence, gender ratios, adult outcomes; The characteristics of autism and the impact on individual functioning; Evidence-based strategies and principles of best practice in the support of people on the autism spectrum. Who should attend? This workshop is suitable for any person who…

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Understanding Autism and Best Practice Support (Ulverstone)

June 13 @ 9:30 am - 1:30 pm
Montgomery Room, Carpark Lane
Ulverstone, TAS 7315 Australia
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$80

This foundation workshop will increase your level of understanding, boost your confidence in interacting effectively with people on the autism spectrum, and equip you with methods to apply evidence-based strategies within your current job roles and organisations. The workshop will include a facilitated discussion with autistic adults. It will also cover: Current research on autism spectrum disorders, including prevalence, gender ratios, adult outcomes; The characteristics of autism and the impact on individual functioning; Evidence-based strategies and principles of best practice in the support of people on the autism spectrum. Who should attend? This workshop is suitable for any person who…

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School: Keys to Successful Collaboration (Launceston)

June 14 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Northern Children’s Network, 59D Amy Road
Newstead, TAS 7250 Australia
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Free

Successful collaboration between families and school staff can have a positive impact on the education of children on the spectrum. This session explores key aspects of collaboration and strategies to achieve success. To book, click on website link below.

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School: Keys to Successful Collaboration (Hobart)

June 14 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Glenorchy LINC, Room 2, 4 Terry Street
Glenorchy, TAS 7010 Australia
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Free

Successful collaboration between families and school staff can have a positive impact on the education of children on the spectrum. This session explores key aspects of collaboration and strategies to achieve success. To book, click on website link below.

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Autism and Sensory Processing

June 18 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Day Centre, St Mary’s Community Health Centre, 15-17 Gardiners Creek Road
St Marys, TAS 7215 Australia
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Free

In this free information session we will cover understanding and addressing challenges. This information session is for parents and family members. If you are interested in Autism workshops for professional development purposes please contact our Training Manager, Robyn Thomas at robyn.thomas@autismtas.org.au or on (03) 6344 1212.

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Understanding Autism and Best Practice Support

June 18 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Day Centre, St Mary’s Community Health Centre, 15-17 Gardiners Creek Road
St Marys, TAS 7215 Australia
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$70

This engaging workshop will increase your level of autism understanding, boost your confidence in interacting effectively with people on the autism spectrum, and equip you with ways in which to apply evidence based strategies within your current job roles and organisations. The workshop will cover: Current research on autism spectrum disorders, including prevalence, gender ratios, adult outcomes; The characteristics of autism and the impact on individual functioning; and Evidence-based strategies and principles of best practice in the support of people on the autism spectrum. Who should attend?: This workshop is suitable for any person who works to support individuals on the…

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