Starting in the month of October 2017, the foundation will be organizing workshops for family support and quality of life. The workshops take place once per month on a Sunday. The dates and time for these workshops are dependent on the presenters and their availability. As they are being organised, the workshops will be updated to support your registration possibilities. Members of the foundation will be sent emails as the workshop times and dates will be available, as they have priority to these workshops.
For those who want to register for these workshops and who are not members, registration will only be opened to the public 1 week prior to the workshop if there is any available room. We will have a registration list option for non-members who are interested in attending the workshops and each person will be contacted by email once its opened to the public. Registration for these is on a first come to first serve basis.
Members of the foundation have access to 3 free workshops as part of their membership fee. Those who wish to register for more than their 3 workshops will have to make an additional donation to the foundation. We leave the donation amount to the discretion of the family. For non-members of the foundation, each workshop requires a donation, which we leave to your discretion.
Free Workshop registration:
Workshop on sleep as a precursor for autism and how these sleep patterns can affect their executive functioning throughout their lives. It will also include interventions […]Find out more »
Workshop explaining how Lego Robotics works in schools and how children on the autism spectrum benefit from such resourcesFind out more »
Your child requires assistance at school and resources for academic achievement. This workshop teaches you how to access these resources and update their IEP in such […]Find out more »
Workshop with parents who have had their child diagnosed on the autism spectrum. Explanation of their life experiences and how they got support for their child’s […]Find out more »
Workshop on RDI therapy and how it’s a full family intervention not only to get out of crisis, but also as a form of child support.Find out more »
If you think puberty is difficult for a typical adolescent, imagine one with autism? This workshop discusses the developmental transitions that occur and how to approach […]Find out more »
This could help parents afford private therapy or maximize the support you can offer based on family income. It also informs parents about the government tax […]Find out more »
Workshop on early precursors in identifying autism spectrum disorder in young children as early as 18 months.Find out more »