For Parents & Carers with all-aged Autistic Children

A Professional Development Certificate can be issued for this webinar. 

27th of April, 2022

8.30 PM AEST (Sydney Time)


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What is school refusal and what does it look like?

  1. 1
    Won’t get out of bed
  2. 2
    Every day is an argument or a fight to get them there
  3. 3
    When they get there, they run away or are disruptive so you are called to pick them up
  4. 4
    Anxiety attacks
  5. 5
    Increased meltdowns, aggressive behaviours or even shut downs
  6. 6
    Emotional reactions or pleading with you not to make them go
  7. 7
    Pretending to be sick so they don’t have to go
  8. 8
    Self-harming or threatening to do so

What you’ll learn in this webinar:

 Why it makes sense that your child refuses or resists going to school

 The different areas of school life that might be triggering your child

Identifying the problem, the ideal and what is needed to bridge the gap

Understand how trauma could be influencing school refusal

 Help you to learn how to communicate with your child for more co-operation

Help you to respond to your child’s refusals in a compassionate and empathetic way

Learn to rethink your ideas on School Refusal with your Webinar Host:  Jackie Hall

Jackie has worked with parents for the past 14 years, helping them and their child to alleviate mental health challenges, including managing meltdowns, aggressive behaviour and anxiety in autism.

Jackie has professional qualifications as a counsellor, has worked with autistic children as a frontline residential youth worker and has been working with hundreds of parents of autistic children as part of her specifically designed 9-week program. 

This webinar will help you to make sense of your child's behaviours and emotions and walk away feeling relieved, understood and armed with tools to implement right away. 

Places on the webinar are limited!

Reserve your seat now and join us for the webinar that will make sense of school refusal and re-think your approach to it.