Events can be for parents and professionals who deal with children with Autism. Events like conferences, workshops get professionals and parents under one roof where they can share information, facts and get to learn various things and different approach towards children with Autism.
Here is a list of events happening around the world related to Autism.
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New South Wales, Australia
"Facilitated by: Vera This group meets on the last Tuesday of the month. Peer support groups are an avenue for carers and parents to meet others in a similar situation. Come along and enjoy a break with other carers who understand you. We support each other and exchange information, solve problems together and make friendships. Please note that support groups are usually run during the school term and not during school holidays, unless facilitators are available to run them. Generously funded by Ashfield RSL."
Wests Ashfield Leagues Club - at the Cafe upstairs 115 Liverpool Road Ashfield, NSW 2131 Australia
Tuesday, 30th May 23
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Road Eastwood, South Australia, Australia
Our Confidence Building group runs weekly for 8 weeks, during Term 2. The group is small, warm and supportive. It is a chance to gain strategies and skills to help with confidence and friendships.
Eastwood Community Centre 95 Glen Osmond Road Eastwood, SA 5063 Australia
Thursday, 1st June 23 - Friday, 2nd June 23
05:00 am - 05:45 am
Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa
Block E & F, EDU-Campus, 348 Rivonia Blvd, Rivonia, Sandton, 2128, South Africa
Friday, 2nd June 23 - Saturday, 3rd June 23
08:00 am - 03:00 pm
Victoria Park, Western Australia, Australia
"When a child begins to present challenging behaviours (behaviours of concern), the climate can change dramatically. Often a considerable amount of time and energy is spent on the child with the challenging behaviours, which impacts others in the environment Before trying to change the child’s behaviour, it is important to understand why they are acting this way so that the strategies applied will be positive and effective. Assessing – Managing – Preventing Challenging Behaviours is an interactive workshop that will introduce you to the Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) framework so that you can effectively assess, manage and prevent challenging behaviours in children you support. In this practical and interactive workshop, you’ll learn: The definition and characteristics of challenging behaviour What causes challenging behaviours The types of internalised and externalised challenging behaviours How to utilise the Positive Behaviour Support framework to identify proactive, active and reactive strategies for home, childcare, school, and community settings Come along to this practical and interactive workshop that provides an expert blend of information, skills and strategies that will educate, empower and enable you to be the CHANGE in the lives of the people you support."
Perron Place 61 Kitchener Avenue Victoria Park, WA 6100 Australia
Friday, 2nd June 23
09:00 am - 03:00 pm
"Understanding of Autism Providing an 'Autism Friendly' Environment Predictability, Routine, Structure, Communication & Visual Supports Dealing with change, transitions, colleagues, social interactions etc Applying for jobs, interviewing, job trialing and flexible work arrangements Self-advocating, mentoring programs, scheduled breaks, regular 'check ins' Meetings/Catch ups to discuss issues that arise Employers: Session 1 (1pm-4pm) Employees: Session 2 (5.30pm-8.30pm)"
Monday, 5th June 23
01:00 am - 07:00 am
Boulevard Douglas, Queensland, Australia
"The National Organisation for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (NOFASD) are facilitating the FASD Masterclass: Understanding Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Townsville. Please join us at Riverside Gardens Community Centre, Douglas on Monday 5th June 2023. Places are limited and priced to sell out quickly at $130 + booking fee, book now to avoid disappointment. NOFASD’s Masterclass: Understanding Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder provides participants with the knowledge and confidence to share FASD information, resources and ideas with their colleagues and communities. Upon completing this workshop participants will have an understanding of FASD and its complexity, as well as strategies for responding to and supporting clients with FASD. Completion of the workshop provides individuals with the opportunity to deliver FASD training across their organisation and become a point of contact for colleagues with questions about FASD."
Riverside Gardens Community Centre 55 Riverside Boulevard Douglas, QLD 4814 Australia
Monday, 5th June 23 - Tuesday, 6th June 23
09:30 am - 04:00 pm
"This group meets on the first Monday of the month. In partnership with Autism Community Care, this is a free support group for parents, carers and people with Autism. Peer support groups are an avenue for carers and parents to meet others in a similar situation. Come along and enjoy a break with other carers who understand you. We support each other and exchange information, solve problems together and make friendships. Please note that support groups are usually run during the school term and not during school holidays, unless facilitators are available to run them."
Mingara Recreation Club - The Roasted Berry 12-14 Mingara Drive Tumbi Umbi, NSW 2261 Australia
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Penrith, New South Wales, Australia
"This group meets on the first Tuesday of the month. Peer support groups are an avenue for carers and parents to meet others in a similar situation. Come along and enjoy a break with other carers who understand you. We support each other and exchange information, solve problems together and make friendships. Please note that support groups are usually run during the school term and not during school holidays, unless facilitators are available to run them."
Penrith RSL Club - Maze Cafe 8 Tindale Street Penrith, NSW 2750 Australia
Tuesday, 6th June 23
06:30 pm - 08:30 pm
"Autism Society Alberta (ASA) is a grassroots organization within the autism community connecting to its provincial members through regional partners and networking with agencies and associations throughout the province and nationwide. ASA is dedicated to increasing public awareness about autism and the day-to-day issues faced by individuals with autism, their families and the professionals with whom they interact. The Society and its partners share a common mission of providing information and education, as well as supporting research and advocating for programs and supports for the autism community."
Thursday, 8th June 23
05:30 am - 07:30 am
ExCeL London, London, United Kingdom
ExCeL London, London, UK
Thursday, 8th June 23 - Saturday, 10th June 23
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
Forestville, New South Wales, Australia
"Facilitators: Amanda & Bernardo This group meets on the second Thursday of the month. Meet the group at ""The Nook"" seating area, near the restaurant dining. Peer support groups are an avenue for carers and parents to meet others in a similar situation. Come along and enjoy a break with other carers who understand you. We support each other and exchange information, solve problems together and make friendships. Please note that support groups are usually run during the school term and not during school holidays, unless facilitators are available to run them. Generously funded by Chatswood RSL Club."
Forestville RSL Club 22 Melwood Avenue Forestville, NSW 2087 Australia
07:00 pm - 09:00 pm
Manchester, United Kingdom
Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester, UK
Tuesday, 13th June 23
09:00 am - 06:00 pm
England, United Kingdom
"The workshop will discuss Autism & Me (Developed by Young People with Autism) Contents What is Autism? Behaviours explained - What you see and what is actually happening. Young People explain- What Autism means to them, What Challenges they face, How you can provide support. Useful Resources. There will be an opportunities to ask questions."
Herefordshire Archive and Records Centre Fir Tree Lane Hereford HR2 6LA United Kingdom
01:00 pm - 02:30 pm
Wednesday, 14th June 23 - Thursday, 15th June 23
From 12:00 am
professionals, family members and autistic individuals
"Join us and our inspirational and enlightening line-up of voices for our 4th annual Virtual Summit event, as we continue to examine sensory health and the pivotal role it has in the autistic experience. Explore what differences in sensory integration/processing look like and how this role in development and function is overly simplified. Throughout our collaborative event, professionals and advocates will ""pass around the mic,"" articulating their unique perspectives, as the dimensions of sensory health are discussed within the context of development, neurodiversity, best practices, and quality of life for individuals. Participants will have access to 12+ hours of pre-recorded presentations and interviews, LIVE Q&A with speakers, interactive workshop and expert panel. Our event presentations focusing on Autistic insight, lived-experiences, and evidence-based practice & research will inspire, educate and empower individuals and professionals. With real-world application discussions and advocate voices, attendees will be given tools and strategies for home, school, and community function and advocacy. "
Wednesday, 14th June 23 - Friday, 16th June 23
08:00 am - 12:00 pm
State College, USA
National Autism Conference will feature professionals, parents and individuals with autism in Cleveland, OH for, world-class speakers, networking and support. With sessions, specialized tracks and exhibitors, this is the must-attend autism event of the year to gain evidence-based, practical strategies for at work, at home or to use in your community. Don't miss this opportunity to connect, learn and raise the bar for what is possible.
STAR Institute Virtual Summit: Sensory Health in Autism is a platform for occupational therapists, occupational therapy assistants, physical therapists, speech-language pathologists, educators, child development specialists, mental health professionals, parents, caregivers, and other individuals seeking a better understanding of Sensory Processing in Autism. It is the world-leading platform for treatment, research, and education for Sensory Processing Disorder, a neurological condition that disrupts the daily lives of millions of Americans.
05:30 pm - 12:00 am
Western Australia, Australia
"About this workshop Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that impacts brain development causing an individual with ASD to experience persistent challenges with social communication and interaction, and repetitive and characteristic patterns of behaviour, interests or activities. Without appropriate support, these challenges can escalate and have a disruptive impact on the child’s academic, social and independent functioning. This workshop provides parents, educators, disability staff and therapists with knowledge and strategies to help children of all ages with ASD to develop their skills and reach their full potential. In this practical and interactive workshop, you’ll learn: The definition, characteristics, causes of Autism Spectrum Disorder The social, emotional, motor, cognitive, sensory and communication needs of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder Strategies to address the needs of children and adolescents with ASD and develop their skills at home, childcare, school, employment and in the community."
Friday, 16th June 23
09:00 am - 03:00 am
Detroit, Michigan, USA
The BABA International Conference focuses on promoting, educating, empowering, and disseminating Applied Behavior Analysis relevant to the Black community.
Huntington Place, 1 Washington Blvd. Detroit, MI
Saturday, 17th June 23 - Monday, 19th June 23
09:00 am - 06:00 am
"2-Day Collaborative Family Water Safety Workshop. This workshop was designed to teach water safety to individuals 12 & up with autism to BOTH parent and child. This is a Two-part workshop. When signing up you MUST commit to attending BOTH sessions. TWO consecutive Saturday commitments to earn your certificate. *Saturday, June 17th 12:00pm-1:30pm *Saturday, June 24th, 12:00pm-1:30pm The first half of the workshop parents/caregivers will learn all about water safety outside of the pool. While your kiddo is playing and socializing close by with our volunteers. The second half of the workshop BOTH parent and child will get into the pool to learn water safety techniques taught by High 5 professionals. Followed by some free time in the pool. Drowning is the #1 cause of death for individuals with autism. The goal is to teach exiting the water if they fall in and build skills to float and tread. * All parents or caregivers MUST get into the pool with their child for BOTH sessions. $20.00 registration fee"
High 5 Inc. 405 Beverly Boulevard Brandon, FL 33511 United States
Saturday, 17th June 23 - Saturday, 24th June 23
From 04:43 pm
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