Teacher Assistant Live Free Virtual Webinar:

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Strategies to Navigate Challenges & Foster Success


✅ 4 Key Skills to Foster Success
✅ Key Strategies to build independence in students
✅ Tips for engaging and supporting neurodiverse students, including understanding individual needs and adapting strategies accordingly
✅ Why do you often see challenging behaviour and what to do
✅ How to develop social skills and social understanding among students
✅ How to support students to engage with peers
✅How to foster an inclusive and positive learning environment for all students
✅ Strategies for ALL ages and stages and More

BONUS – YOUR questions answered (once registered you can send Sue your Questions)

1 Hour of Power. Replay Available.

Sue Larkey Teacher Assistant Webinar Strategies and Ideas

About the Presenter.

sue larkey strategies for teaching students with Autism Spectrum

Sue Larkey 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. Winner of Naturally Autistic 2013 International Award for Community Contribution.   Sue has authored 18 books on Autism Spectrum and Neurodiversity.

“Armed with the tools of understanding and confidence, much can be achieved.”
Sue Larkey


Empowered: With practical strategies and insights, you’ll feel more confident in your role supporting neurodiverse students.

Informed: Gaining knowledge from experts and real-life examples will enhance your understanding of neurodiversity in education.

Prepared: Learning specific interventions and strategies means feeling ready to tackle classroom challenges effectively.
Supported: Knowing there are resources and a community to lean on can make you feel less isolated in your experiences.
Motivated: The webinar’s focus on positive outcomes and building independence in students can leave you inspired to make a difference.What is ASD?