Parent Survival Training – AUTISM TRAIN ING – RANGE OF DATES AND PRICES

Awesome Autism Resources, together with Carers Queensland would like to introduce you to “Parent Survival Training”.

These seminars are designed to help families with children living with disabilities. Our presenters are Rockhampton locals, working with local families to enhance life and reduce stress! We have listened to the comments and questions commonly asked by families and  have tailored our sessions to answer these.

We would appreciate if you could forward the flyer to your contacts and/or include in your newsletters.  There is a joint flyer for emailing, and separate ones or each Presenter for printing.

Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.

Theresa Homziak

Awesome Autism Resources

0438879546

2 Day Professional Development Workshop on Autism Spectrum Disorders NOV 6 & 7 ROCKHAMPTON

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Do you have students with ASD, diverse learning needs or challenging behaviour? Would you and your students benefit from learning tools for supporting successful transitions? Are you interested in using evidence-based materials and resources to improve student outcomes?

If so, join us for a FREE 2 day workshop where the Positive Partnerships Planning Matrix, Website and other tools and resources will be presented to:

• discuss the characteristics of students with an ASD and other diverse learning needs, and the impact these have on learning and participation

• learn about key support documents that can be used to inform practical strategies to improve student outcomes

• enhance mutually beneficial partnerships between families and school teams.

We are very excited that the Qld Positive Partnerships team are coming to Rockhampton in November for a special transition focussed workshop.

What others have said about the program:

“I have been working in Admin roles in schools for many years and have been challenged on many occasions by the increasing number of students in my schools being diagnosed with ASD or displaying characteristics of ASD (often raising levels of physical and verbal violence and mental health concerns.) It was great PD to get the most up to date and caring information on how best to support students in our schools. It also gave further insight into understanding why some students exhibit certain unacceptable behaviours. It also supported the notion that when schools, parents, students and community work together we get improved results for all-It is all the more frustrating when the groups don’t work together and the students health and ability to be catered for, suffers.

(QLD, State Primary School)

Where: Kevin Castles Conference Centre, 152 West Street, Rockhampton

When: Wednesday 6 and Thursday 7 November, 2013 (8:30 – 4:00)

Cost: Free

To register your interest for this workshop, please contact Michelle Hambly mhambly@autismspectrum.org.au.

We look forward to working with you to create better outcomes for your students.