Due to coronavirus (COVID-19) no Amaze events will be run in person for the time being. 

We will still be be running events as webinars.

A webinar is like an online class. It is done live, like a video call, and you can watch and listen to the hosts. You can ask questions at the end. If you want to join, click the REGISTER button on this page. Then we will send you a link to the webinar. 

On the day and time of the event you will need to do the following:

Step 1: Be sitting at your computer ready to start.

Step 2: Open the email we sent you with the webinar link.

Step 3: Click the link and follow instructions. The webinar will start. 


If you have questions about a specific event please contact info@amaze.org.au or call us on 1300 308 699.


April 2020

Amaze is hosting a series of free webinars which aim to increase the capacity of autistic people and their families to exercise choice and control in working under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

PLEASE NOTE: These workshops are only for autistic individuals, parents and primary carers. They are NOT suitable for service providers or disability practitioners.

This webinar will cover the following important topics:

  • The NDIS
  • Pre-planning
  • Accessing the scheme
  • Advocacy
  • Community connections and peer support

The webinar will be live and hosted by Pamela Gatos and Carmel Topp.


Date And Time

Wed., 15 April 2020

2:00 pm – 3:30 pm AEST



Early Days - Term 2 2020 workshop dates

In the sections below, you will find the upcoming Early Days webinar dates.

Due to COVID-19 for the time being all workshops will be online using Zoom, a video conferencing program.

Please follow the links below to register for a workshop. If you have questions, please email earlydays@amaze.org.au.

These workshops are for parents, grandparents, foster parents, legal guardians, aunts and uncles and kinship carers only. Professionals will not be admitted to the webinars.

My Child and Autism covers:

  • Understanding autism 
  • What autism looks like for your child and your family
  • How you can make a difference
  • Navigating and funding Early Intervention







April – Evenings – 3 parts 

Wednesday 22nd April

Thursday 23rd April

Wednesday 29th April

Online 7:30-9pm Free April (evening)
May – Mornings – 3 parts

Wednesday 6th May

Thursday 7th May

Wednesday 13th May

Online 9:30am – 11am Free May (morning

The Understanding Behaviour Workshop covers:

  • Why behaviour issues develop in autistic children
  • How to identify the purpose of your child’s behaviour
  • How to develop strategies that are specific to the purpose of the behaviour
  • How to teach your child an appropriate replacement behaviour






May – Evenings – 3 parts

Monday 4th May

Tuesday 5th May

Monday 11th May

Online 7:30pm – 9:00pm Free May (evenings)
May – Mornings – 3 parts

Wednesday 20th May

Thursday 21st May

Wednesday 27th May

Online 9:30am-11am Free May (mornings)

Progression to School workshop covers:

  • Understanding how to successfully prepare your child with the keys to succeed at school;
  • Funding options for children over 7 years.






May/June – 2 parts

Tuesday 26th May

Tuesday 2nd June

Online 9:30am – 11:00am Free Register

This short workshop helps participants understand why their child’s play is different and provides them with ideas to help the child develop:

Understanding play and social learning
Strategies to scaffold and encourage play and social learning






May/June – 2 parts

Friday 29th May

Friday 5th June

Online 9:30am – 11:00am Free Register
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