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DBT Intensive Training

DBT INTENSIVE TRAINING 2016 WITH ALAN FRUZZETTI NELSON—NEW ZEALAND Trailways Hotel Part 1 | 2016 | July 28—30, August 1—3 | 8:30am to 5:30pm Part 2 | 2017 | March 9—11, March 13-15| 8:30am to 5:30pm To register please visit our website www.twm.org.nz


28 July 2016 - 15 March 2017

Location: Nelson/Tasman

Way to Play at Home - Southland

Autism New Zealand is thrilled to announce a special discounted Way to Play programme for Southland, thanks to funds raised by Fight for Kidz 2016. Because of this funding we are also able to offer home visits to the first 10 families/whanaus with a child with autism who apply.


13 January - 6 April 2017

Location: Southland

Introduction to Autism in an Early Childhood Setting - Te Puke/Papamoa

Autism New Zealand is delighted to present this Intro to Autism programme thanks to Ministry of Education Bay of Plenty, Strengthening Early Learning Opportunities (SELO) funding. This programme consists of one workshop open to all, and a centre visit and final workshop open to up to 20 centres with a child with autism.


1 March - 22 March 2017

Location: Bay of Plenty

Way to Play - Upper Hutt OR Wairarapa TBC

Way to Play is a one-day introduction to playing with children on the Autism Spectrum. Playing with a child with autism can be challenging, so the Way to Playworkshop offers simple, easy to use strategies to begin playing joyously together.


3 March 2017

Location: Wellington

Understanding Autism workshop

UNDERSTANDING AUTISM 2 hour WORKSHOP Monday 6 March 2017, 7—9pm The Link, Corner River Road and Te Aroha Street, Hamilton All welcome! Come and learn more about autism, in an open, supportive environment . For a FREE ticket, please apply on registration **Value per person $46** Donations accepted


6 March 2017

Location: Waikato

FANZ (Adult Specific) - Southland

Autism New Zealand is thrilled to announce a special discounted and specialised FANZ programme for Southland, thanks to funds raised by Fight for Kidz 2016. The regular FANZ is an introductory course on autism which can be applied to understanding people with autism of all ages, though does have examples mostly from children. With the funds from Fight for Kidz we have decided to offer a second FANZ course for Southland that has a more specific focus on understanding and inter-acting with adults with autism.


7 March - 8 March 2017

Location: Southland

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