A special Olympics coach teaching participants
Date: 
Thursday, July 30, 2020

Online learning continues with the fourth webinar in the Special Olympics series on Autism Inclusion in Sport, Recreation and Physical Education.

Register for the fourth webinar here.

Webinar 4: Sensory Sensitivities and Regulation
Date: Thursday 30 July 2020 
Time: 4:00pm - 5:30pm AEST

Presented by: Taylah Palmer (Occupational Therapist - Graduating 2020 and Inclusion Manager, Waverly Gymnastics Centre), Kellie Tait (Founder of AAA Sports Ballarat, Sport Inclusion Consultant and parent of a child with autism) and Elise Muller (Athlete, Autism Activist and Founder of Active Support)

If you’ve missed out or would like to refresh on any earlier webinars, you can access all webinars, resources, and certificates of learning by logging into our online learning platform, SOA Learn

 

Delivered in partnership with Sport and Recreation Victoria, the series of six webinars will extend our online training module, "An Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder". 

Throughout the series, you'll be able to engage directly with experts and people with lived experience of autism. You'll increase your toolkit of knowledge, resources and practical applications to improve your confidence in delivering inclusive programming.

This series of webinars are for sports coaches, administrators, teachers, educators, students, disability support workers and any front line deliverers of sport, recreation and PE who want to be more inclusive in their practice, especially with people with autism.

The webinar series will teach you: 

  • Understanding Autism
  • Getting To Know Your Participants
  • Communication and Inclusive Practice
  • Sensory Sensitivities and Regulation
  • Creating an Inclusive Program and Environment
  • Inclusive Practice for PE Teachers and Schools

Registration is free and places are limited. 

Register here.