Free Webinar (Available Limited Time)

8 Key Strategies

How to Increase Engagement & Participation of Students

on the Autism Spectrum.

In this Free Training Webinar You Will Learn:

  1. Key Strategies to Increase Engagement and Participation
  2. Increase Understanding of How Children/Students with ASD Learn
  3. How to Use Schedules for the child you know.
  4. Strategies for Communication
  5. Practical Tool for Time Management
  6. Using the Special Interests

Includes Updated Handout and Tips Sheets

8 Key strategies for teaching autism
  • This Free Webinar is normally only offered 4 times a year.
  • We will have extra staff available during this time to support you do this online training (especially welcome ‘not tech savy’ learners)!

Why Is This Free Webinar for Me?


ASD Facts #1 Not Every Strategy Works for Every Child

You need to review 100s of ideas and strategies to find the ones that work and/or you can modified for the child you know.

ASD Fact #2 Strategies Wear Out

Really frustrating to put hours into a preparing a strategy only to find it doesn’t work and/or wears out. You will hear how strategies make it easy to quickly adjust and try new ideas without the fear of wasting excessive effort/time.

ASD Fact #3 To Know One Child with Autism is not to Know Autism

Every child on the Spectrum is different. Having had one (or few) children on the Spectrum in your class does mean the same strategies will work. In fact 1 in 10 strategies will work for a child on the Spectrum. You get access to strategies that have worked with 100s of different children – it’s like you get to know 100s of children on the spectrum and what as worked for them.

Dealing With "Behaviours" and wondering "Why are they doing that?"

Introduction to insights and framework of why some children do what they do… and what you can do about.

Save You Time ... lots of time

You could spend hours searching the internet for ideas … or watch one Webinar that has Key Strategies: Practical and Proven

About The Presenter

Sue Larkey

Sue Larkey

Presenter -

Sue Larkey is unashamedly passionate about her mission – to inspire parents and educators and teach them how to Make it a Success. Sue Larkey is uniquely positioned within the education system having taught both as a primary school teacher and a special education teacher. She is a highly qualified educator who has taught students with autism spectrum disorder in the mainstream and special schools. She combines practical experience with extensive research having completed a Masters in Special Education and currently undertaking a Doctorate in Education. Winner of Naturally Autistic 2013 International Award for Community Contribution.   Sue has authored many books on autism spectrum disorders. She believes that armed with the tools of understanding and confidence, much can be achieved.

Author of Many Popular Books