FANZ is a two-day introductory programme about autism that enables participants to create a framework for understanding and supporting a person with autism.
Kia Noho Rangatira Ai Tātou is a unique education programme that puts the human rights of disabled people and the UNCRPD into a New Zealand cultural context.
A workshop facilitated by Madeleine Taylor, to support those working with children and young people and their parents or caregivers to better understand stress and anxiety management.
Tilting the Seesaw is a three-session programme in which primary school staff learn and try out strategies to support and include a child with autism in everyday school activities.
Responding to perpetrators of family violence: an interactive workshop on child-centred and trauma-informed practices as two examples of current practice issues.
Autism New Zealand is thrilled to offer a new programme catered to Southland, thanks to funds raised by Fight for Kidz 2016. This course will have one workshop open to all participants, and two centre visits for up to 10 centres with a child with autism.