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Navigating support for Autistic children
Thursday 16 June @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm AEST
A conversation on recent research with Professor Andrew Whitehouse
Many interventions are available to support autistic children, but what is the best way for your child?
Is more therapy the answer, and how can professionals work with your child and family for good outcomes? Making informed decisions using the latest high-quality research available will make a positive difference.
Join Professor Andrew Whitehouse for a conversation about recent findings in the Autism CRC report commissioned by the NDIA.
- The family’s role in achieving the best outcomes
- Myths and realities of strategies that work for children with autism
- Making the best decisions for your child and family based on the latest quality research
This sessions is for
For parents, family members and primary carers of Autistic children aged 0-12 years old.
While this session focuses on intervention research for children with autism, the findings are consistent with support for all children with developmental delay or disability.
We value diversity and welcome all families.
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Thursday 16 June 2022; 7.30pm to 9.30pm AEST/Sydney time.
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Once registered, further details will be provided closer to the date, including the link to join the sessions. You will need good internet connection to attend.
RSVP by Wednesday 15 June. If you would like to express your interest after the RSVP closing day, please email Mana email@example.com
Sessions are subject to cancellation due to low RSVP – Minimum of 4 attendees
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