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eVAC 2014 – Online Sessions

eVAC 2014 - download individual sessions or multi-session packs

 

 

All sessions from the Victorian Autism Conference (VAC) 2014 now available as online downloads

  • Purchase single sessions or multi-session packs
  • Note: this is not a pay per view – once downloaded it is yours to watch at your leisure as many times as you wish
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Open VAC 2014 Program (PDF) for speaker bios and session details

Keynotes and Expert Panel

Prof Rita Jordan OBE: Challenging Behaviour in Autism: who is challenged and why?

$15


Chris Varney: The ‘I Can’ Attitude

$15


Prof Andrew Whitehouse: Autism science and the media: How to understand what’s real in a world addicted to sensationalism

$15


Panel Discussion with Prof Tony Attwood, Prof Rita Jordan OBE, Dr Lori Ernsperger, Chris Varney & Prof. Andrew Whitehouse

$15


 
Three keynotes above plus the expert panel

$45


Open VAC 2014 Program (PDF) for speaker bios and session details

 

 

Multi-Session Packs 

New to ASD includes:
Prof Andrew Whitehouse: Complementary and Alternative Medicine for children with Autism: Separating Fact from Fiction;
Sabine Hennel: Information needs of families after a diagnosis of ASD and Paediatricians’ approaches to diagnosis and disclosure;
Dr Christina Tuke-Flanders: How to look after parent/carers post ASD diagnosis;
Kathy Havers: Financial Planning and legal strategies for families with disabilities

 $31


Focus on Education: includes
Christine Edmonds: Where do I start? What should I focus on?;
Lyndel Kennedy: Aspergers at school: Strategies for Secondary School;
Assoc Prof Amanda Richdale: Educational experiences and needs of Victorian TAFE and university students with ASD;
Christina Jasem: Facilitating the implementation of school-wide positive behaviour support;
Susanne Nelson/Jaye van Klavern: A 5-stage intervention process to make it a successful transition for the whole team

$39


Personal Experiences:
Kerryn Burgoyne: Finding Asperger’s, maturity and achieving life goals;
Daniel Giles: Journey from special school to university;
Tori Haar: Boldly Growing;
Scott Hardie: Through my lens of perception

$31


ASD and Adults:
Dr Richard Eisenmajer: Adult Diagnosis;
Mark & Leanne Hogan: Healing an ASD marriage;
Stacey Rabba: Supporting Parents who have ASD;
Gayle Vermont: Intimacy and sex in Aspie Relationships

$31


Supporting Development includes:
Prof Tony Attwood: Friendship and romantic experiences in adolescence;
Dr Lori Ernsperger: Girls under the Umbrella of ASD;
Dr Louise Ford: Enhancing self-esteem and self-identity in the child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder;
Sophie Kerr: Teaching the language of emotions

$34


Progress with Safety includes:
Sophie Kerr: SoSAFE! Visual and Conceptual Tools for Promoting Social Safety;
Victorian Deputy Police Commissioner Lucinda Nolan: Community Safety;
Nancy Sadka: Hi Mum! I’m ready to leave school, are you?

$23


Parents Bringing Change includes:
Rebecca Kelly: From Diagnosis to the Airwaves and beyond. How being “just a mother” can make a difference to a Regional Community;
Roger Langsdon: Nuggets of gold – The hidden strengths of Autism

$18


Special Interests includes:
Prof Tony Attwood: The benefits of having a special interest;
Dr Stefan Schutt & Dale Linegar: The Lab: a growing network of technology clubs for young people with High Functioning Autism

$18



ASD: Learning More includes:
Dr Chris Chapparo: Sensory processing and ASD;
Stephanie Crawford: A direct approach to supporting the development of Pragmatic Language;
Sophie Kerr: Transition from PECS to speech generating device;
Elaine Mellotte: Reinforcement: Making it work;
Prof Nicole Rinehart & Emma Sciberras: Sleeping sound: Practical strategies and information on managing sleep problems in children who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder;
Prof Karen Stagnitti: Play intervention and children with ASD

$47


ASD and Employment, includes:
Melissa Webster & Laurelle Edwards: Employment;
Dr Lynette Wong: Looks can be deceiving: Travelling the employment pathway with ASD

$18


Open VAC 2014 Program (PDF) for speaker bios and session details

 

 

Individual Sessions (Alphabetical by speaker surname)

Prof Tony Attwood: The benefits of having a special interest

$12


Prof Tony Attwood: Friendship and romantic experiences in adolescence.

$12


Kerryn Burgoyne: Finding Asperger’s, maturity and achieving life goals

$12


Dr Chris Chapparo: Sensory processing and ASD

$12


Stephanie Crawford: A direct approach to supporting the development of Pragmatic Language

 $12


Prof Cheryl Dissanayake: Early Diagnostic Clinic for Autism Spectrum Disorders: A model for promoting better outcomes

$12


Christine Edmonds: Where do I start? What should I focus on?

$12


Dr Richard Eisenmajer: Adult Diagnosis

$12


Dr Lori Ernsperger: Girls under the Umbrella of ASD

$12


Dr Louise Ford: Enhancing self-esteem and self-identity in the child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder

$12


Daniel Giles: Journey from special school to university

$12


Tricia Glass & Lee Casuscelli: Collaborating with diverse communities to make a difference: How we are working with Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander and CALD communities to support students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

$12


Tori Haar: Boldly Growing

$12


Scott Hardie: Through my lens of perception

$12


Kathy Havers: Financial Planning and legal strategies for families with disabilities

$12


Sabine Hennel: Information needs of families after a diagnosis of ASD and Paediatricians’ approaches to diagnosis and disclosure

$12


Mark & Leanne Hogan: Healing an ASD marriage

$12


Dr Kristelle Hudry: Autism and Bilingualism: What’s the evidence:?

$12


Christina Jasem: Facilitating the implementation of school-wide positive behaviour support

$12


Rebecca Kelly: From Diagnosis to the Airwaves and beyond. How being “just a mother” can make a difference to a Regional Community

$12


Lyndel Kennedy: Aspergers at school: Strategies for Secondary School

$12


Sophie Kerr: Teaching the language of emotions

$12


Sophie Kerr: SoSAFE! Visual and Conceptual Tools for Promoting Social Safety

$12


Sophie Kerr: Strategies for transitioning from PECS to a speech generating device (SGD)

$12


Roger Langsdon: Nuggets of gold – The hidden strengths of Autism

$12


Elaine Mellotte: Reinforcement: Making it work

$12


Susanne Nelson & Jaye van Klavern: A 5-stage intervention process to make it a successful transition for the whole team

$12


Victorian Deputy Police Commissioner Lucinda Nolan: Community Safety

$12


Stacey Rabba: Supporting Parents who have ASD

$12


Assoc. Prof Amanda Richdale: Educational experiences and needs of Victorian TAFE and university students with ASD

$12


Prof Nicole Rinehart & Emma Sciberras: Sleeping sound: Practical strategies and information on managing sleep problems in children who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder

$12


Nancy Sadka: Hi Mum! I’m ready to leave school, are you?

$12


Dr Stefan Schutt & Dale Linegar: The Lab: a growing network of technology clubs for young people with High Functioning Autism

$12


 Prof Karen Stagnitti: Play intervention and children with ASD

$12


Dr Christina Tuke-Flanders: How to look after parent/carers post ASD diagnosis

$12


Gayle Vermont: Intimacy and sex in Aspie Relationships

$12


Melissa Webster & Laurelle Edwards: Overcoming obstacles to employment

$12


Prof Andrew Whitehouse: Complementary and Alternative Medicine for children with Autism: Separating Fact from Fiction

$12


Dr Lynette Wong: Looks can be deceiving: Travelling the employment pathway with ASD

$12


Open VAC 2014 Program (PDF) for speaker bios and session details