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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.

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  • Heather says:

    My son was born with hydrocelphalus and was non verbal until 5 yrs old. He has an express laungage disorder. I am recently going to be homeschooling him for he was having some issues of being bullied with peers. He is non confrontational with students of his age and doesnt want problems. So i am starting this process. For it caused him to have medical conditions of hives and treated. And to be hospitalized of the reluctancy to deal with peers on a social level. He has always been a good student and received awards and good grades. My concern of being older how to teach him for he rather spend most of his time alone. As he has gotten older its been harder to motivate him to want to interact with others.
    Not only academically but things that are of interest or for fun. I was wondering if you could give me some positive advice on how to handle as a mom and to bring him out of his shell?
    Its been very challenging at times. Thank You!

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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

Click here for more details.

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.