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Autistic-led education

We want to change the frame through which society views Autism. The frame through which we choose to see Autism is the neurodiversity paradigm, which means that we see Autism as a valuable, worthy and naturally occurring brain difference. 

All of our learning offerings are delivered online and these include workshops, masterclasses, professional development, facilitated courses, self-study courses, conferences and symposia. Some of our offerings are on-demand while others have a live element with an associated replay. We charge for our learning programs to ensure that our Autistic presenters are paid fairly for their time and expertise. However, we believe that financial hardship should not be a barrier to learning, so endeavour to have low cost or free options where possible. Further, if you have an NDIS plan that includes a budget line for education, and you are plan- or self-managed, you may be able to claim your registration costs for certain Reframing Autism events from your NDIS funding.

We also offer bespoke professional development, workshops, presentations, and consultation to the private, public and research sectors. If you are interested in exploring a collaboration, bespoke professional development, speaking engagements, or consultation, we would welcome your contact. Email us at info@reframingautism.org.au to start the discussion.

Our free resources include blogs, articles, downloadable templates, tip sheets, podcasts, webinars, position statements and research summaries, and can be accessed here

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Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.

The Reframing Autism team would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands on which we have the privilege to learn, work, and grow. Whilst we gather on many different parts of this Country, the RA team walk on the land of the Amangu, Awabakal, Bindjareb, Birpai, Whadjak, Wiradjuri and Yugambeh peoples.

We are committed to honouring the rich culture of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of this Country, and the diversity and learning opportunities with which they provide us. We extend our gratitude and respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and to all Elders past and present, for their wisdom, their resilience, and for helping this Country to heal.

Join us on the journey to reframe how society understands Autism