The Autism Project strives to provide practical solutions for families with children on the Autism Spectrum as well as for professionals and organisations working with autistic learners.
The Autism Project team believes that every child deserves to achieve their potential, whatever that may be. To help ensure that happens, our team looks at every single child individually. We know that the key to progress is in tailoring not only what programmes we create, but also in how we deliver that programme. For this reason (and because research has proven combination approaches to teaching and supporting children on the Spectrum to be the most effective) The Autism Project implements an eclectic blend of world’s best practice in Autism Specific Interventions.
At The Autism Project we believe in a combination approach in serving our neurodiverse children. All the interventions and strategies we implement are evidence based and accepted world-wide as best practice in Autism Specific Intervention. Some of the interventions we incorporate into our programmes include but are not limited to:
Every child receives his/her own unique blend of interventions, strategies and methods best suited to him/her.
More than anything else, consistency is the most important component in autism intervention. We work closely with all members of each child's team, including occupational therapists, speech therapists, teachers and most importantly, the parents to ensure consistency across the team. We know that the parents are the experts on their own children and the parent is always considered to be the leader of the team.
We are fortunate enough to have created a large and diverse team which has afforded us the opportunity to create a variety of courses for both families, facilitators and professionals.
The Autism Project Team provides school support in a variety of ways and we are proud to be a part of the solution as our country makes the transition to inclusive education.