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

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We’re running an ‘Autism Workshop’ in June…

Presented by Dr Larah van der Meer and Catriona Barclay;  “From research to practice: How to use video modelling to support skill development in children with autism spectrum disorders. So easy, even you can do it!” The workshop focuses on “Developing spoken language and independent toileting skills in children with autism spectrum disorders”. This practical workshop […]

Term 2 gym classes now open for registration

With the support of Capital Gymnastics, the Autism Intervention Trust run two gym classes for children on the spectrum every Sunday during school term time. Registrations are now open for term 2. To register interest, or re-enrol please complete this online registration form. More detail can be found here.

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You can register as a member of the Autism Intervention Trust at any time by completing an online registration form. Click here to find our more.

Registration is now open for gym classes

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With the support of Capital Gymnastics, the Autism Intervention Trust run two gym classes for children on the spectrum every Sunday during school term time. Registrations are now open for term 1. To register interest, or re-enrol please complete this online registration form. More detail can be found here.    

Mamma Mia fundraising auction….

The wonderful Aimee who volunteers at our gym class, has also been busy rehearsing at Mamma Mia – the stage show. She has managed to score 5 double passes from Wellington Musical Theatre for us to auction – all proceeds towards our gym classes. This is a link to 1 of the 5 auctions – […]

Latest news from Minds 4 Minds

Interested in what Minds 4 Minds have been up to ?  Here we have their latest newsletter.  It is so heartening to know that we have a group of researchers of this calibre working in the field of autism research here in Aotearoa New Zealand. M4M newsletter issue 2

Evidence-Based Practices for autism…

The Trust is very passionate about the use of evidence-based practices for children with autism, in any kind of therapeutic or educational setting. Recently, we invited two Phd scholars (Amarie Carnett and Alicia Bravo) from Victoria University, to one of our meetings.  They gave a comprehensive presentation on the latest research and findings into evidence-based practice. […]

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