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Learning, participation, and well-being for Autistic children and their families

Monday 24 October @ 7:30 pm 9:30 pm AEDT

New National Guidelines 

What makes a good intervention? There are new national guidelines to help parents understand and select the best interventions for their autistic child/children.  

The guidelines recommend key elements of practice that professionals should follow to deliver evidence-based support. Come along to learn about these recommendations which will help you make informed decisions.  

Join Professor Andrew Whitehouse for an introduction and conversation about:  

  • The guiding principles 
  • Goal setting 
  • Selecting and planning supports 
  • Delivering support, and 
  • The monitoring and safeguarding of supports 

This session is for

For parents, family members and primary carers of Autistic children aged 0-12 years old.

When

Monday 24 October; 7.30pm to 9.30pm AEST/Sydney time
If you’re not in the AEDT/Sydney Time Zone, see time conversion by adding your Time Zone, City or Town.

RSVP

by Sunday 23 October.
Sessions are subject to cancellation due to low RSVP. Sessions are subject to cancellation due to low RSVP – Minimum of 4 RSVPs
Your confirmation is required.

Where

This event will be delivered online via Zoom.
Zoom details will be emailed after confirmation of attendance is complete. 

cost workshops

Cost

Free

Your facilitators

Plumtree’s workshops and courses are facilitated by members of our therapy team, guest speakers or our trained parent peer workers, who are raising a child with a disability or delay. 

Professor Andrew Whitehouse, Research Strategy Director Autism CRC & Sylvana Mahmic, Plumtree CEO


Additional info

Log in detailsOnce registered, we will provide further details closer to the date, including the link to join the session. You will need a good internet connection to attend.
More about the guidelinesView more information about the National Guidelines for supporting Autistic children and their families
Contact detailsFor more information, feel free to contact Mana (Parent Learning Manager) mana@plumtree.org.au
FundingPlumtree’s calendar is funded through the NSW Department of Education Start Strong Pathways program.
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Trusted for over 30 years, we provide therapies and support for children aged birth to 8 years with a disability or developmental delay and their families. Our free online and centre-based playgroups and parent educational programs support all families. At Plumtree Preschool, children of all abilities and cultural backgrounds learn together and begin to understand the value of inclusive communities.

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