Keys to unlocking depression: Why skills work better than pills We’d highly recommend you listen to this recent talk on understanding and managing depression by Dr. Michael Yapko, as hosted by the Australian Psychological Society. Link to full article and video can be found here
Professional Development for Teachers Do you teach a learner with a disability? Do they have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder? …or… Do they have challenging behaviours in the school setting? Then we have a great workshop for you! Spectrum House are running
Autism Health and Wellbeing Expo The team at Spectrum House are pleased to announce that they will be at Melbourne’s first ever Autism Health and Wellbeing Expo. Autism services are often discovered by word of mouth, trial and error and by researching on the internet. We want to
30 minute Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) information sessions Spectrum House are offering 30 minute one on one meetings with our Psychologists to give you more information about starting an ABA program and to help you understand the research regarding ABA. Once a child has receive
April Social Skills Groups Spectrum House is running intensive holiday social skills programs throughout the April school holidays. Three groups are running including kinder, prep to grade 2 and grade 3-5. Click here for more information.
ABA Today Conference Spectrum House will be attending the ABA Today Conference, hosted by the Autism Behavioural Intervention Association (ABIA). On Saturday the 18th of April Spectrum House will be holding a stall at the conference for all attendees to view. ABA Today is the only nat
10 Things that may help parents take care of themselves when they have children with additional needs Self care for parents of children with additional needs is really important. Click here for some tips as to how parents can take care of themselves.
Assisting Your Child to Develop Friendships All children can face difficulties interacting with their peers from time to time, especially when starting at a new school. If you are worried that your child has trouble making friends, do not give up hope, as friendships and social skills
Assisting Children to Develop Social Skills over the School Holidays Every social occasion can be viewed as an opportunity to develop your child’s social skills – at home, in shopping centres, at sports games and during visits with friends – you name it! What better time to do so than