The Incredible Years Helping Children with Autism (for teachers)
What is the Incredible Years Helping Children with Autism programme (for teachers)?
The Incredible Years Helping Children with Autism is a six-session, group-based programme for teachers and early childhood educators of children aged 2–5 on the autism spectrum. By supporting the skills and confidence of the key adults in the lives of children on the autism spectrum, it aims to promote children’s emotional regulation, positive social interactions and language development.
The programme covers:
- Language development
- Social interactions and school readiness
- Emotional literacy and self-regulation.
This programme is available in the following regions:
- New Plymouth
What is involved?
Teachers and early childhood educators meet weekly or fortnightly, for 2.5 hours, for six sessions, to look at evidence-based behaviour strategies. During these collaborative sessions, participants will develop and implement goals based on the developmental needs of the children they support.
How to access the programme
Provider contact details
|Bay of Plenty||Central Kids||
|Hawkes Bay||PORSE (For Life Education)||
|Hawkes Bay||Ministry of Education||
|Taranaki / New Plymouth||Kim Thomson and Anna Dickson||
|Wellington||BSI People Skills/BSI Teacher Skills||
|Christchurch||Project Early Trust||
|Nelson||Nelson Tasman Kindergartens||
For all other enquiries relating to programmes please email: email@example.com
View this video overview of the program.
Who to contact
For further information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org