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Supporting the Community

2013 Outstanding New Illawarra Business Finalist

September 30th, 2013

2013 Outstanding New Illawarra Business FinalistAngels for Autism are extremely happy to be a finalist in The 2013 Momentum Energy Illawarra Business … more »

Latest changes to our membership!

September 17th, 2013

latest changes to membershipWe are very happy to announce, that after popular requests to have the kit more accessible to our members, we have changed… more »

Asian Pacific Autism Conference 2013

August 13th, 2013

Apac 2013Wow! What an amazing experience being part of the Asia Pacific Autism Conference in the city of churches, Adelaide.What a pleasure it was to … more »

Autism Support Kit

What is the Autism Support Kit?

The Autism Support Kit is an online program that allows you to create visual resources as a teaching aid for children that have an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or any child that is a visual learner.

It's easy to use and once you become a member you can access it from anywhere with an internet connection. It's a valuable tool for teachers, and very popular for parents' use in the home environment too.

The visual templates that you create and print will prove to be a welcome strategy in helping children with an ASD to become more motivated and confident with positive behavioural changes.

Once you start using the Kit, you'll see how easy it is to use, and how you can save your templates so they are ready for quick editing in the future. The Autism Support Kit for School and for Home was developed to create consistency in the visuals, with the use of our own icons, or allowing the user to upload your own images.  Also understanding everyone is time poor, allowing visuals to be easily accessed and created within the comfort of your own home or work environment whenever you have time available. 

The implementation of The Autism Support Kit, whether it be in a school or home environment, used consistently will help reduce anxiety and problem behaviours and promote communication and independence.

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