Time: 9 am - 4 pm
Location: DET Autism Hub and Reading Centre, Woolloongabba
- Registrations close on 10 October 2017
More than 2% of students in Australian schools have a diagnosis of autism. Autism makes school a challenging place for students on the spectrum and this in turn means autism is frequently challenging for schools. In this seminar we will overview the issue and discuss what makes behaviour challenging and why, discuss findings of CRC supported research (EYSP tele-consulting project) into managing the most difficult behaviours in regional/rural locations with technology, discuss the communication characteristics of autism in relation to behaviour and schools, give an overview of the positive behaviour framework being implemented in Queensland schools and the work of the DET Autism Hub in viewing behaviour from multiple perspectives and outline a proactive approach to challenging behaviours in school home and community settings.
Savings available when you subscribe to more than one seminar:
Parents / Students / Concession
- 1 Seminar $120
- 1 Seminar $195