Support Worker Autism TrainingCourse
This course provides a better understanding of autism, how autistic people think and perceive the world around them and to provide support workers with added confidence and knowledge in knowing how to best support an autistic person.
Autistic Women Exploring Later Life Diagnosis, Supports & BeyondCourse
This course will cover preparing for a diagnosis, how our experiences as autistic women change as we age in relation to sensory issues, peri/menopause, executive functioning, burnout, reduced capacity for work and planning for care as we age.
Mastering Self Advocacy and Self DeterminationCourse
This presentation will explore the barriers experienced by autistic people and will provide practical tools, tips and strategies for teachers, employers, allied health professionals, neurodivergent people, their parents, support workers and carers.
Being the Executive of FunctioningCourse
People who experience executive dysfunction often have trouble with attention, working memory, mental processing, and verbal fluency. These are all called executive-function abilities that are important at school, uni, the workplace and home life.
Sensory Management: Identifying Stressors in the WorkplaceCourse
This presentation will explore the potential causes and sources of sensory assault in the workplace, how to make workplace modifications and what supports can assist the individual in reducing their sensory overwhelm.
Nutrition and NeurodivergenceCourse
This course covers many aspects of food and nutrition and how it can impact or improve our mental well-being, make us feel sluggish or energetic, and to sift through the enormous amount of literature on what is good or not so good for us to eat.