Professional Learning for people supporting students with autism
Courses by Autism New Zealand
Autism New Zealand is the supplier of the Ministry-funded programme to provide professional learning for people supporting students (tamariki) with autism.
Tilting the Seesaw for Teams is the name of the Autism New Zealand professional learning course. The course will educate teams of teachers, parents, whānau and other key support people in their understanding of autism. It also educates teams of people to work in partnership to develop skills and strategies to support tamariki with autism.
Tilting the Seesaw for Teams is a free two-day course. Contact Autism New Zealand for information about the course, and the course schedule. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or free phone 0800 288 476.
The Incredible Years Autism programmes
The Incredible Years Autism programmes are part of a series of interlocking, evidence-based programmes for parents, children and teachers, supported by over 30 years of research. The Incredible Years Autism is a 14-16 session programme for parents, and the Incredible Years Helping Children with Autism is a separate six-session programme for teachers, of children aged 2-5 with autism. Together, they aim to promote children’s emotional regulation, positive social interactions and language development.
- The Incredible Years Autism programme (for parents)(external link)
- The Incredible Years Helping Children with Autism programme (for teachers)(external link).
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