The Early Days workshop schedule is updated with new dates regularly.

Online workshops (webinars)

Early Days workshops are held in person or via online webinar and are free to join from wherever you live in Australia. Webinars are hosted by all states and territories so please check the start times carefully.

13 October - Progression to School (hosted by Amaze Vic) register here

14 October - Encouraging Interaction Through Play and Social Learning, (hosted by Autism Qld) register here

14 October - My Child & Autism (hosted by Autism Qld) register here

18 October - Progression to School (hosted by Autism Qld) register here

18 October - My Child & Autism (hosted by Amaze Vic) register here

20 October - Encouraging Interaction Through Play and Social Learning (hosted by Aspect NSW) register here

21 October – Progression to School (hosted by Autism WA) register here

22 October - Developing My Child's Independence Skills (meal times) (hosted by Aspect NSW) register here

26 October - My Child & Autism (hosted by Aspect NSW) register here

01 November - My Child & Autism (Girls) (hosted by Autism Qld), register here

09 November - Understanding Behaviour (hosted by Amaze Vic) register here

15 November - Encouraging Interaction Through Play and Social Learning (hosted by Amaze Vic) register here

18 November - Encouraging Interaction Through Play and Social Learning, (hosted by Autism Qld) register here

23 November - Understanding Behaviour (hosted by Amaze Vic) register here

25 November - My Child & Autism (hosted by Autism Qld) register here

01 December - My Child & Autism (hosted by Amaze Vic) register here

Face to face workshops

Early Days face to face workshops are held all around Australia and are open to parents, grandparents and carers of child aged up to six years old. Child care is not provided at our workshops. 

Tasmania

04 November – Helping my Child Cope with Change, Launceston register here

23 November – Helping my Child Cope with Change, Hobart register here

 

Western Australia

16 October - My Child and Autism Girls, East Fremantle register here

30 October - Understanding Behaviour, East Fremantle register here

01 November – Developing my Child’s Independence Skills, Gosnells register here

05 November – Helping my Child Cope with Change, Cannington register here

08 November – Developing my Child’s Independence Skills, Joondalup register here

12 November – Encouraging Interaction Through Play and Social Learning, Cannington register here

13 November – Encouraging Interaction Through Play and Social Learning, Joondalup register here

 

South Australia

24 November - Encouraging Interaction Through Play and Social Learning, Aberfoyole Park register here

Northern Territory

21 October - Helping my Child Cope with Change register here

Victoria

14 October - My Child & Autism, Mildura register here

28 October - Understanding Behaviour, Mildura register here

18 November - Encouraging Interaction, Mildura register here

Queensland

13 October - My Child & Autism (Girls), Brisbane register here

14 October - Progression to School, Brisbane register here

15 October - Developing my Child’s Independence Skills, register here

18 October - My Child & Autism (Girls), register here

25 October - Helping my Child Cope with Change, register here

01 November - Understanding Behaviour, register here

10 November - My Child & Autism, Brisbane register here

10 November - Progression to School, Palmview register here

Australian Capital Territory

No face to face workshops are currently scheduled.

 

New South Wales

In response to COVID-19 Aspect Therapy is currently conduction all Early Days workshops online via Zoom webinars.

Dates are listed above in the webinar section and on the Aspect website

Early Days workshops are hosted by state and territory based autism organisations. To find out more about each of their events you can contact them directly or email admin@earlydays.com.au for more information. 

We also invite you follow us on Facebook to hear about new events and special workshops held in conjunction with organisations like Playgroup and local community hubs.