• Cork Autism Conference

Discover the truth behind why “challenging” behaviours occur...


When a person on the autism spectrum experience behaviours of concern, it can be difficult to know how to respond.


Autism can cause a range of social, communication and behavioural challenges.


Many autistic children and adults are also highly sensitive to sensory input, meaning that certain sights, sounds or textures can trigger anxiety and distress.

It's Important to Be Aware of The Early Signs of Stress and Anxiety in Autistic People, as well as The Sensory Triggers That May Contribute to Their Behaviour.


When you know this, you can begin to develop effective strategies for de-escalating potential meltdowns and creating a calmer environment for the autistic people you support and care for.


Each autistic person is unique and requires a customized approach.


What works for one person may not work for another.


As parents or professionals, we want what's best for the people we support.


We want to see them happy and thriving, and we'll do whatever it takes to help them get there.

Sometimes, That Means Having to Learn More About Autism

And How Best to Support Them.


That's why it's so important for you to have a deeper understanding of autism and the practical strategies and resources that can help support you with autistic people.


By learning more about autism and how to best manage its symptoms, you can help autistic people live a happier, healthier life and have a better quality of life.

If you're ready to deepen your understanding of autism and discover practical strategies in understanding and preventing behaviours of concern, Join Dr. Brenda Smith Myles in her session:

Meltdowns: Understanding and Preventing These Distressed Behaviours

  • How to avoid the cycle of meltdowns with people on the autism spectrum.

  • How meltdowns are not intentional behaviour.

  • How to identify the cycle of meltdowns.

  • Practical prevention strategies to support autistic children and adults.

  • The importance of positive child/adult relationships in preventing meltdowns.

And much more...


Learn more about Dr. Brenda Smith Myles here >> (CPD/CEU Accredited for Professionals)

Register today and save up to 70% on your Access Pass before they expire.



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