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.

In-Home Outreach

Sean Fitzgerald of Autism International with TomJump start your home-based program with a visit from Autism Specialist Sean Fitzgerald. Our In-Home Outreach includes one-on-one sessions with Sean and your child, a detailed analysis of your child’s development, and clear training and guidance for parents and team members, including a step-by-step road map to help your child to reach his next appropriate social developmental benchmarks. Sean will also teach you how to become more effective in training and building a strong support team around your child to optimize your home-based program. Use our Contact Form to request more information about how and when to book your In-Home Outreach.

An inspiring story from family I’ve had the pleasure of supporting for many years

Connect, Communicate, Grow

Essential tools to help you boost your child's interaction, affection and communication.

A Workshop on Autism

with Sean Fitzgerald
Autism International Director

16, 17, 18 September, 2016

Buenos Aires, Argentina

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24, 25 September, 2016

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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How to improve Social Interaction.

Sean Fitzgerald explains how to increase your child with autism's level of social interaction.

What People are saying about Autism International

An child centered approach to treating autism

Understanding how children with autism develop in comparison to typically developing children enables us to identify core areas of strength and challenge so we can design a powerful and focused social educational curriculum.

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Happy to cry: how Oscar beat the odds

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.