Date
21 April 2019

Organisations, programmes, and resources

Suggestion for implementing the strategy ‘Identifying needs and strengths, and accessing support’

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Professional learning

Professional learning

Professional learning for people supporting students with autism.

Tilting the Seesaw for Teams

Autism New Zealand is the supplier of the Ministry-funded programme to provide professional learning for people supporting students (tamariki) with autism.


Incredible Years® Autism(IYA)

IYA is a series of programmes for parents and teachers of children aged 2-5 with autism.

  • IYA supports the skills and confidence of the key adults in the lives of children with autism.
  • It's aim is to promote children’s emotional regulation, positive social interactions, language development, and relationships with others.

Tips for autism

Tips for autism

Tips for AUTISM online offers three online courses, designed to provide individual evidence-based assessment and planning for children with autism aged from 4 to 13 years. Courses can be completed individually or as a team. There is a charge for each course.

International organisations and resources

International organisations and resources

Valuable support for people with ASD and advice for teachers and families .

Useful resources

Useful resources

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What does ASD look like? quickcard-English

Publisher: Ministry of Health | Manatū Hauora

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How is ASD diagnosed

How is ASD diagnosed?

Read time: 7 min

Publisher: Ministry of Health | Manatū Hauora

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Tony Attwood

Publisher: Tony Attwood

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Next steps

More suggestions for implementing the strategy “Identify needs and how to provide support”:

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