We are currently running Amaze events as webinars due to COVID-19 restrictions.

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 [email protected] or call us on 1300 308 699.


Thursday 11 August 2022

10.30 am – 12.30pm AEST


About this webinar:

Please note: this workshop is for participants that already have a plan and need further information for their plan review.

Amaze  will be hosting a free workshop on the NDIS and autism. The workshop will assist you to prepare for your upcoming planning review meeting and to ensure you are getting the best outcomes.

In preparation for your upcoming NDIS plan, the workshop is an opportunity to explore:

  • Goals
  • Changes to your circumstances and how best to reflect that in your goals and statements
  • Support Coordination and Plan Management – will you need this now or do you want to change?
  • NDIS 2021/22 price guide and changes to price guide
  • Appeals
  • Amaze resources available


Saturday 10 September 2022

10 am – 11.30am AEST


About this webinar

Hosted by Jess Rowlings and Dr Matthew Harrison from Next Level Collaborationthis webinar focuses on the benefits of online gaming in developing skills and knowledge in social capacity, collaboration and positive autistic identity. 

  • Structure and design of games that support collaboration during play. What makes a game good for supporting cooperation and teamwork?
  • Collaborative skills that can be used during cooperative play. What are these skills, what do they look like, and how can we use games to support the use of these skills?
  • Social connection, friendship, and belonging through gaming and online communities
  • Safety using online platforms and in online relationships


Supporting young autistic people with healthy online video gaming webinars

Online friendships can be more prevalent with autistic children, however an increased amount of time spent online in gaming communities may make children more vulnerable to being exposed to unsafe behaviour.

Amaze’s free online safety webinars educate parents and carers about the increased risk of harm for autistic children participating in online gaming communities. Our expert guest speakers will provide practical strategies about being safe online and building healthy online habits. Parents and carers will have an opportunity to ask the experts questions as part of each session.

View webinars and registration details.


Early Days - 2022 workshop dates

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

Some of the workshops are running in person in regional Victoria with Covidsafe measures in place. There are also workshops being delivered as webinars online using Zoom, a video conferencing program.

Please note only fully vaccinated registrants are able to attend face-to-face training. By registering tickets, you are agreeing to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. 

Please ensure you have linked your Medicare Vaccine Passport with the Service Victoria App. It is mandatory to show your proof of vaccination to Amaze staff on arrival.

Please follow the links below to register for a webinar. If a workshop is booked out, you can register for the waitlist in case there are any cancellations, and to have priority access to future webinars.

If you register and are not able to attend the session, please let us know so someone on the waiting list can take your place.

If you have questions, please email [email protected].

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.

Helping My Child to Cope with Change covers

  • Identify why change is challenging, and how it impacts on the behaviour of young children.
  • Learn strategies to prepare your child for the changes of everyday life.
  • Be prepared for changes within the family structure such as moving house, going to childcare and celebrations such as Christmas and birthdays.


Date Location Time Cost Registration
Tuesday 6th September Online 10.00am – 12.00pm Free Register
Wednesday 14th September Mildura Council
76 Deakin Ave
Mildura, VIC 3500
10.00am – 12.30pm Free Register

My Child and Autism covers:

  • Understand what autism is, and what it means for your child and your family
  • Understand early intervention services and supports for your family
  • Develop practical strategies that can make a difference to your child’s development


Date Location Time Cost Registration
Part 1: Monday 18th July
Part 2: Tuesday 19th July
Online 9.30am – 12.30pm Free Register
Tuesday 9th August The Alfred Deakin Centre – Benetook Room
190 Deakin Avenue
Mildura, VIC 3500
9.30am – 2.30pm Free Register
Part 1: Wednesday 3rd August
Part 2: Thursday 4th August
Part 3: Wednesday 10th August
Online 7.30pm – 9pm Free Register


For workshops with more than 1 part, you must attend all parts. 


The Understanding Behaviour Workshop covers:

  • Understand why your child has certain behaviours
  • Develop strategies for reducing behaviours of concern
  • Plan for success
  • Support your child







Part 1: Tuesday 2nd August

Part 2: Tuesday 9th August

Online 9.30am – 12.30pm  Free Register
Part 1: Wednesday 17th August

Part 2: Thursday 18th August

Part 3: Wednesday 24th August

Online 7.30pm – 9.30pm  Free Register
Part 1: Monday 22nd August

Part 2: Wednesday 24th August

Part 3: Monday 29th August

Mildura Council
76 Deakin Ave
Mildura, VIC 3500
9.30am – 12.00pm  Free Register


For workshops with more than 1 part, you must attend all parts. 


Progression to School workshop covers:

  • Plan for a successful transition to school
  • Identify what you, your child and the school need to know
  • Develop strategies to help your child prepare for school
  • Identify what your child will enjoy about school







Part 1: Wednesday 31st August

Part 2: Thursday 1st September

Online 7.30pm – 9.30pm Free Register


For workshops with more than 1 part, you must attend all parts. 


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

  • Understand the importance of play
  • Learn ways to incorporate play into everyday life
  • Learn fun practical strategies that encourage interaction with your child
  • Build on your child’s current interests







Future workshops TBC Free


For workshops with more than 1 part, you must attend all parts. 


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