Parenting Autistic Kids in Australia Q&A Session: Live Podcast Recording

Katie Baylis (P3 Therapies) and Kat Grey (Spectrum Connect) are developing a new podcast project. Their aim is to put together a series of episodes that create easily accessible resources for parents who are new to navigating the world of neurodiversity. The podcasts will cover a wide range of topics including advice on engaging with the NDIS, finding appropriate therapies, understanding behaviours and more.

This open talk event is an open Q&A event. Do you have any burning questions you always wished you could ask? Come along and ask us at this event so your question can help provide information to other parents too! We will do our very best to answer any questions you may have. If we can't answer it then and there then you may inspire a whole future podcast episode. The only bad question is the one that wasn't asked.

Katie and Kat will also be available after the talk for follow up questions and advice.

This is a free event but spaces are limited so bookings are essential.

Please note: As this event is being recorded we are unable to offer our usual free supervised child area.

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Other Upcoming Talks

Supporting Autistic Children in Mainstream Educational Institutions

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Past Talks

Navigating the NDIS: Advice on Advocating for your Child and Making the Most of their Support Plan.

This talk was held on July 10th. To view audience notes from this talk please click here.

Ways to Positively Support your Child's Socialisation and Recognise Differences in Autistic Relationships. This talk was held on October 9th.

What do different therapies do? This talk was held on January 22nd.

We hope to add the notes from the last 2 talks to our Resources page soon.