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  • Autism SA Info Line
    1300 AUTISM
    (1300 288 476)
    1300 288 476

Training For Families

Autism SA, through the Training and Consultancy Services, provides quality interactive workshops presented by facilitators with experience and expertise in the field of the autism spectrum.

General Family Workshops are workshops presented in a group dynamic that aims to develop participants understanding of a particular area relating to the autism spectrum. Presented by experienced professionals from across different teams within the organisation, participants will develop a greater understanding through these interactive, engaging and practical workshops. For Free sessions, participants must either be on the autism spectrum or a partner or a family member of someone on the spectrum. Other sessions may be accessed using NDIS funding. 

In Focus Family Workshops are unique workshops presented to small to very small groups of participants, allowing for specific questions and scenarios to be discussed with the experienced presenter from Autism SA. Sessions focus on a specific topic and develop participants knowledge, understanding and provide participants with specific strategies that they can use in a range of environments. Sessions may be accessed using NDIS funding. 

Early Days Workshops area a series of workshops for mothers, fathers, carers and families of young children (0-6 years) who are on the autism spectrum or who are going through the assessment and diagnostic process. These workshops are provided free of charge, funded by the federal government Helping Children with Autism initiative and delivered by the Autism Advisor Programs in South Australia and the Northern Territory.

Positive Partnerships Workshops 

Positive Partnerships Workshops are suitable for mothers, fathers, carers and families of school aged individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. They are provided free of charge as part of the federal government Helping Children with Autism initiative and have a strong focus on evidence based practice.

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