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Raising children with autism presents numerous challenges, and each family is grappling with its own distinct set of difficulties.

This is why we've developed a comprehensive session providing parents of children with  autism the necessary tools and guidance to foster connections with their kids, enhance behaviour, and witness their children flourishing.

Our parent program equips you with skills to manage and prevent inappropriate behaviours. You'll learn to handle disruptions and improve communication with your child. We'll also guide you in supporting your child's independence, life skills, and play abilities. Overcoming challenges related to autism may seem daunting, but our training provides tools to help your child develop these crucial skills. We're here to assist you in giving your child the best possible support for their growth.

The program will help parents in
Understanding Your Child/Understanding Yourself
  • What aspects of your child and family dynamics contribute to challenging behaviours and situations? What your child wants? Discover how providing precise descriptions and gaining a clear understanding leads to tailored and efficient management

Quality Time and Self-Care
  • Tailor your approach to dedicate positive time to your child, mend relationships, and prioritise self-care as well.

Active Engagement and Empathy
  • Customise your approach to capture your child's attention and ensure they comprehend your expectations. Avoid misinterpreting sporadic engagement and understanding as a lack of motivation or capability.

Encouraging Positive Attention for Motivation
  • Customise your approach to reinforcing positive behaviour. Acquire the skills to motivate your child to meet appropriate expectations and engage in independent play and work.

Self-Motivation and Learning from Experiences
  • When is it appropriate for parents to intervene, and when should they take a step back? Utilise natural consequences and employ first-then techniques selectively to provide your child with the chance to learn from their own experiences.

Incentivizing with Rewards for Motivation
  • Guidelines for employing external reinforcement for your child and family. Learn the dos and don'ts of using rewards, including when and how to implement them.

Effective Problem-Solving
  • Going beyond mere behaviour management, explore how children and parents can acquire the skill of framing problems in specific and solvable terms, fostering collaboration for effective problem-solving. Embrace a developmental approach to this process.

Utilising Ignoring and Timeout Strategies
  • What steps to take when proactive strategies prove ineffective? Adopt a personalised approach for navigating challenging moments. Determine when to implement time-out or ignore certain behaviours, and master the art of employing effective techniques.

Taking Breaks for Empathy and Self-Reflection
  • Our favoured responsive approach involves calmly understanding and addressing our children, as well as ourselves. Emphasising the teaching and practice of emotional language, validation, and love.

Identifying Weaknesses, Embracing Strengths, and Fostering Independence
  • The path forward involves striking a suitable balance between accommodation and skill development. It includes comprehending persistent challenges, establishing priorities, and adopting a scientific approach to long-term developmental care.

By the end of these workshops you will understand
  • Understanding the motives behind your child's behaviour

  • Understanding the factors influencing your own behaviour

  • Mastering self-regulation for full presence

  • Navigating the stages of coping with a challenging diagnosis

  • Grasping functional behaviour assessments and behaviour plans.

  • Providing support to students with autism, ADHD, and other disabilities in both school and home settings

  • Gaining insights into your child's diagnosis and creating a tailored environment for their success

  • Practising effective communication with your child

  • Coping with the emotional ups and downs of parenting

  • Fostering the development of social-emotional intelligence

Why Training for School Staff Matters with Autism Students

To help students with autism succeed in both schoolwork and social interactions, it's crucial for school staff to have special training. This training gives teachers a better understanding of autism spectrum disorder. With this knowledge, teachers can create teaching methods and learning plans that match the various ways autistic students learn and behave.

Since autism is different for each person, staff need training in customizing instruction. This means teachers can adjust how they teach to fit the needs of each student. Doing this improves learning because it considers the unique needs and strengths of every student. With this special training, teachers can give personalized support, making sure they create a caring and inclusive environment where all students can do well.

The modules introduces autism and highlights the necessary accommodations to be taken into account when working with autistic students.

Gain a Deeper Understanding of Autism
  • Acquire insights into the nature of autism and its associated challenges.

Recognize Individual Strengths and Differences
  • Enhance the ability to identify and appreciate the unique strengths and differences of each student.

Identify Learning Barriers
  • Improve skills in pinpointing obstacles that hinder the learning process for autistic students.

Provide Effective Support
  • Understand and implement changes to better support autistic students within the school environment.

Learn Proven Autism Practices
  • Develop knowledge of successful strategies and approaches when working with individuals with autism.

Utilize Practical Strategies
  • Acquire practical techniques to assist children on the autism spectrum effectively.

Develop Student-Centered Education Plans
  • Gather information to create personalized education plans tailored to the needs of each child.

Involve Students and Families
  • Actively include students and their families in the decision-making process regarding their education.

Promote Inclusive Practices
  • Support and integrate all students with autism into various aspects of school life


Parents raising children with autism face significant challenges impacting their well-being and job performance, including heightened anxiety, depression, substantial treatment costs, increased absenteeism, and a pronounced lack of mental health services. 


According to the National Business Group on Health, 46% of caregivers express a need for more assistance, while 40% struggle to balance work and family duties due to the absence of an autism cure and uncertainties about their child's future. This results in approximately five hours of weekly absenteeism. Employers are crucial in providing understanding and meaningful support to parents in these unique challenges.


Our goal is to offer workplace group training, providing parents with the support they need during work hours, so they can focus on their tasks without worrying about their child. This ensures that work serves as a source of rejuvenation and positivity for them, eliminating any guilt and helping them recognize their ability to fulfil both roles – that of a responsible employee and a proud parent to their loved one.

Involve key training on
  • Understand motives behind your child's behaviour.

  • Master self-regulation for full presence.

  • Navigate coping stages with a challenging diagnosis.

  • Grasp behaviour assessments and plans.

  • Support children with autism, ADHD, and disabilities.

  • Gain insights into your child's diagnosis.

  • Practise effective communication.

  • Cope with the emotional ups and downs of parenting.

  • Foster social-emotional intelligence.

  • With our work, we help the employees to become more productive both as parents and employees.

  • This assistance program addresses essential aspects for families coping with autism.

  • It reduces isolation by fostering connections and promoting the sharing of strategies for handling challenges.

  • Families can seek expert advice and express frustrations in a non-judgmental environment.

  • The plan aims to prevent depression by cultivating a supportive community.

  • Careful family selection ensures personalised support, connecting families on similar journeys.

  • Adaptations and enthusiasm generation while responding to the changing needs and challenges of the employees

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