Autism Help Lecture Tour
by Raun K. Kaufman
Melbourne - Brisbane
Sydney - Perth
Learn new tools to help your child NOW!
Join us at our upcoming Autism Help Lecture and learn about the key strategies utilised at the Autism Treatment Center of America® and by parents of children with autism in more than 140 countries worldwide! Learn effective autism strategies that have been helping thousands of children for over 35 years!
With a focus on The Son-Rise Program® for Autism, the lecture will be conducted by Mr. Raun K. Kaufman, International Autism Lecturer, Director for Global Education and Senior Teacher for The Son-Rise Program® at The Autism Treatment Center of America®. Raun is an exceptional communicator, and is arguably the person with the most expertise in the world. He knows autism inside and out, having been diagnosed as being profoundly autistic as a child. His parents were given dire predictions for his future, including no language and certainly no expectation of being able to live an independent life, let alone a joyous fulfilling life.
In his lecture, Raun will talk about how his parents worked with him intensively during his early years to help him overcome his challenges. He will share some specific techniques they used to help him with establishing eye contact, verbal & non-verbal communication skills, lengthening his interactive attention span and encouraging flexibility.
Participants of the 2 hour lecture will leave with new tools to put into practice with their child/ren immediately.
This lecture is specifically for parents and adult caregivers of children of all ages challenged by Autism, Aspergers, PDD, and related developmental difficulties. It is also wonderfully helpful and inspiring for anyone who has contact with a child or adult on the Autism Spectrum, including doctors, health practitioners, teachers, disability service providers etc.
About the Speaker
Raun K. Kaufman
Raun K. Kaufman is the International Autism Lecturer, Director of Global Education, and Senior Teacher for The Son-Rise Program® at The Autism Treatment Center of America.
As a child, Raun himself was diagnosed by multiple experts as severely autistic, with an IQ below 30, and destined to spend his life in an institution. Years later, Raun graduated from Brown University with a degree in Biomedical Ethics and has become a passionate and articulate international lecturer, author and teacher to families with children on the autism spectrum.