Upcoming Courses and Useful Articles

  • By Dr Michelle Garnett and Professor Tony Attwood

    In this article, we provide specific ideas and strategies based on our combined experience of over 80 years to assist teachers to make the school experience a success for their autistic students. Our autistic students learn best when they feel calm and safe. The challenges of the classroom, as discussed in last week’s article, commonly lead to high levels of anxiety and feeling overwhelmed. If we can decrease our autistic student’s anxiety, we help them become ready to learn.
    Posted: Sunday 18 February 2024
  • By Dr Michelle Garnett and Professor Tony Attwood
    Being autistic in a classroom designed for non-autistic students brings many challenges, some of which are overwhelming for your autistic student. Understanding the challenges is the first step in becoming successful at teaching autistic students. In this article, we describe the ways in which being autistic makes being in the classroom a challenge. Based on our combined experience of over 80 years we describe the two most useful tools for assisting an autistic student to thrive in the classroom.
    Posted: Monday 5 February 2024
  • Back to School Learning Bundle only $360!
    Boost your learning and save with our special Back to School Learning Bundle - only $360! Featuring our two most popular on-demand courses Autism in Schools and Challenging Behaviour in Classic Autism.
    Posted: Monday 27 February 2023
  • Wow we have received such amazing feedback about the courses we have been offering in partnership with Dr Tony Attwood and Dr Michelle Garnett. This is no surprise to us as we think Tony and Michelle are fantastic presenters, however what has surprised us is how beneficial and valued the on-demand recordings have been to our registrants.
    Posted: Friday 28 October 2022
  • Our brand new event, Autism in School, was specifically designed to train teachers and teacher aides in autism to increase their understanding of autism and equip them with specific strategies for teaching the autistic children and adolescents in their classroom, in Primary School, High School, Distance Education or Home Schooling. Families and health professionals who support the child or teenager attending school will also benefit.
    Posted: Monday 14 February 2022

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