The Autism Intervention Trust is run by parents and supports children with autism and their families in the Wellington region.

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Participants required for research into using Speech-Generating Devices…

Teaching Advanced Requesting Skills to Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder who use Speech-­‐Generating Devices (SGD)   Do you have a child with Autism who uses a Speech-­‐Generating Device or would you like your child to learn to use a Speech-­‐ Generating Device? If so, your child might benefit from participating in my Ph.D. research investigating […]

Supporting Minds for Minds

Released on Attitude Live is a short documentary about the group Minds for Minds and one of its members Rosamund Hill.  Joined by the rest of the family,  Rosamund talks frankly about being the parent of Claude her son who has profound autism, and how Minds for Minds is working to unravel some of the mysteries […]

Autism Intervention Trust Coffee – New Roast from Brazil!

The fabulous people at Coffee Supreme have been very busy roasting great coffee and raising funds for our Holiday programme at the same time.  They’ve been so successful they’ve finished the Kenya Peaberry coffee and are now selling a new brew called Brazil F.A.F. Rerserva. Once again,  all proceeds go towards our Holiday Programme for children with autism in Wellington.  […]

Book Review – Dr. Thompson’s Straight Talk On Autism by Travis Thompson.

Book Review – Dr. Thompson’s Straight Talk On Autism by Travis Thompson. Reviewed by Michelle Isaac. http://www.amazon.com/Dr-Thompsons-Straight-Talk-Autism/dp/1557669457 (My copy was loaned from the IHC Library) Five stars (out of five) Dr Thompson is ideally qualified to write about autism, he has clinical, academic and lived experience of autism (a grandchild with autism).  This the kind […]

Acclaimed show ‘Echolalia’ on this Sunday – support Jen to take her show to Edinburgh!!

      by Jen McArthur Winner of Best Solo Show, Best of Fringe and Best in Theatre in two NZ Fringe Festivals, Echolalia is a “beautifully crafted and exquisitely executed” (theatreview.co.nz) solo clown theatre performance by Jen McArthur about Asperger’s Syndrome. AUTISM COMMUNITY AND FRIENDS PERFORMANCE – Sunday July 21st 11.30am at the Paramount […]

Kids having fun at the Autism Intervention Trust gym class…

James (age 8) has been coming to the Autism Intervention Trust gym class held at Capital Gymnastics in Newtown for a while now. He has grown in confidence, learnt new skills, and just mastered the uneven bars. Check out the slight grin when he knows he is being filmed…

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