Webinars & Workshops

NeuroEmploy provide live webinars AND workshops on a variety of topics surrounding neurodiveristy, including, but not limited to, autism, ADHD, dyslexia and dyspraxia. These webinars AND workshops are highly informative and interactive, leaving you feeling energised and enlightened about the many facets of neurodiversity,  provide opportunity to grow your toolbox of tips, strategies and supports, and to educate and collaborate. 

NeuroEmploy webinars and workshops guarantee to have you taking a different look at how neurodivergent people perceive the world, and how the wider community can better accommodate and support them in reaching their full potential in gaining and maintaining employment. Plus, how workplaces can become genuinely inclusive, giving these talented and valuable people a true sense of self-advocacy, self-esteem and self-confidence in reaching their full potential. 

Please check back regularly for the latest live webinars and workshops, and subscribe to our regular newsletter, keeping you up to date with the latest news and events

Upcoming Events...

Work To Your Strengths Workshop

A short monthly workshop on resume writing & exploring interests/careers

  • Structure your Resume
  • Showcase your Skills
  • Do’s and Don’ts of Resume Writing
  • Finding and Matching Key Skills in an Advertisement
  • Sample Resume Templates
  • Writing a Resume with No Previous Work Experience
  • Conclude with a Project and Add Hours to the Resume



Time: 12pm to 2pm

Venue: Holland Park (TBC)

Email: info@socialspacecommunity.com

Price: $1250

Age: 14-17 Years and their Parents/Carers attend as well

Barb Cook; Development Educator, Autism & Neurodiversity Consultant
Radhika Tanksale; Director Social Space Community

*We welcome self-managed and third party managed NDIS participants. Check with LAC/Plan Manager
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Autism Working: Live Webcast

A live webcast presented by Prof Tony Attwood, Dr Michelle Garnett & Barb Cook

When understood and supported, autistic employees have been found to be both more productive and valued than nonautistic employees.

This live webcast provides training in the Autism Working programme to increase understanding and support of autistic staff in the workplace. 

Participants will learn how to assess the profile of the autistic employee leading to the design of a unique Personal Support Plan aimed to increase work satisfaction and productivity across the team.

When: 04/03/2022

Time: 9:30am – 4:00pm AEST (Brisbane)

Where: Online*

*Prior to the event, a link will be emailed to you to join the Live Webcast. 

Price: $80 – $225

Who is this for?

  • Employers
  • HR Managers
  • Line Managers
  • Team Members
  • Mentors and employment agency staff
  • Autistic employees
  • Autistic adults looking for and maintaining employment
  • Parents and carers of autistic adults.


The Autism Working Live Webcast is presented by Prof Tony Attwood, Dr Michelle Garnett & Barb Cook

What’s included?

By registering for the Autism Working Live Webcast, you will receive:

  • Access to the presentation for 60 days following the live event
  • A Live Chat Room for Q&A with Tony, Michelle and Barb throughout the day
  • Downloadable handouts to complement the course
  • A Certificate of Attendance

This live course counts for 5.5 hours of Continuing Professional Development or Teacher Accreditation hours. (For NSW Teachers: the course may be recorded as an elective PD with NESA).

Included with the Professional ticket:

Certificate of completion
Tax invoice.

* If you are self-managed or third party-managed and parent education is in the Plan you can use your NDIS funding to attend this event.



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