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Autism Tasmania

Autism Tasmania is an independent voice for the Tasmanian autism community.

We provide information, assistance, and resources for people on the spectrum and those who support them.

Current Events

Past Events

  • Tuesday 28 September 2021
    The Board has convened a Special General Meeting on 28 September 2021 and invites all Members to attend at one of our three offices (in Hobart, Launceston, or Burnie), or online via Zoom. This Meeting presents important amendments to our Constitution for Members. These amendments seek to strengthen the association's work with and for the autistic community. Members will be asked to vote on the amended Constitution at the AGM on 21 October 2021.
    Online via a Zoom Meeting Link, or in person at one of our three offices
  • Friday 22 October 2021
    This workshop aims to broaden your understanding of autism, boost your confidence in interacting effectively with students on the autism spectrum, and equip you with evidence-based strategies that can be applied within your school.
    The Vibe Hotel, Bruny Room
  • Friday 29 October 2021
    This workshop aims to broaden your understanding of autism, boost your confidence in interacting effectively with students on the autism spectrum, and equip you with evidence-based strategies that can be applied within your school.
    Burnie Arts & Function Centre, Braddon Hall
  • Friday 29 October 2021
    This workshop aims to broaden your understanding of autism, boost your confidence in interacting effectively with students on the autism spectrum, and equip you with evidence-based strategies that can be applied within your school.
    Autism Tasmania Launceston Office
  • Thursday 4 November 2021
    Early Days provides workshops for parents and other family members of children 0-6 who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) diagnosis or are awaiting assessment. What this workshop discusses: • Why change is so difficult • How change impacts young children on the autism spectrum • Strategies for preparing for change in everyday situations
    Early Childhood Intervention Service
  • Tuesday 9 November 2021
    This workshop explores the characteristic strengths and challenges of autism and provides parents and family members who are new to autism with a welcoming introduction to useful resources and supports.
    The Vibe Hotel
  • Wednesday 10 November 2021
    This workshop explores the characteristic strengths and challenges of autism and provides parents and family members who are new to autism with a welcoming introduction to useful resources and supports.
    Burnie Arts & Function Centre
  • Wednesday 17 November 2021
    This workshop explores the characteristic strengths and challenges of autism and provides parents and family members who are new to autism with a welcoming introduction to useful resources and supports.
    Autism Tasmania Inc
  • Tuesday 23 November 2021
    Early Days provides workshops for parents and other family members of children 0-6 who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) diagnosis or are awaiting assessment. What this workshop discusses: • Why change is so difficult • How change impacts young children on the autism spectrum • Strategies for preparing for change in everyday situations
    Early Childhood Intervention Service
  • Wednesday 24 November 2021
    Early Days provides workshops for parents and other family members of children 0-6 who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) diagnosis or are awaiting assessment. What this workshop discusses: • Why change is so difficult • How change impacts young children on the autism spectrum • Strategies for preparing for change in everyday situations
    Autism Tasmania Office