Connect, Communicate, Grow

A Workshop on Autism with Autism International Director Sean Fitzgerald
Essential tools to help you boost your child's interaction, affection and communication.

A One Day Autism Seminar with Autism Specialist Sean Fitzgerald

Sutton Coldfield Town Hall – Connect Communicate Grow

Autism International - a one day autism seminar on the essential tools to inspire a child with autism to engage and learn.

Sutton Coldfield Town Hall, UK
10:00AM – 3:00 PM

Who should attend?
The one day seminar is a useful booster for parents and volunteers already participating in a home-based play-focused programme. It is also useful for new parents or professionals who are interested in learning new tools.

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UK Autism Sean Fitzgerald Seminar

About Sean
Sean Fitzgerald is an Autism Specialist who has taught thousands of parents and professionals in over ten different countries.”


Connect, Communicate, Grow

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ZSUZSANNA and Gordon Hays have a message of hope for parents of autistic children. The Nedlands couple say Sean Fitzgerald's training has had a remarkable effect on their four-year-old son Oscar.

"Within two weeks of working with Sean he was toilet trained, which was amazing," Mrs Hay said.

Read the article in the Sunday Times.