Autism & Communication: Intensive Parenting Course
Autism & Communication: Intensive Parenting Course

Autism & Communication: Intensive Parenting Course

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As a parent with a child diagnosed with autism or a related condition you probably have one wish: for your child to be independent. You want to see them happy and thrive in life. We all want that for our children.

Understand your child’s strengths and skills and learn practical and effective strategies that are useful in day-to-day interaction.

That is why we want to present to you this new course that will take you on this journey, where an expert will share:

  • TIPS 
she has gathered through many years of working with children diagnosed with ASD (and related conditions), their families, and other professionals in the field.


You know you are the true expert, we will help you believe this more confidently by ensuring your child is calmer, more in control of his or her emotions, and making progress, happily and naturally!

Just another course?

Not at all. We have gathered all the successful strategies from:

  • Speech therapists
  • Occupational therapists
  • Adults diagnosed with Autism

and compiled these into easy-to-implement and PRACTICAL ways for you and your child to be SUCCESSFUL and THRIVE! 

The main goal is for your child to be:

  • Independent
  • Happy
  • Communicative
  • Understood
This way therapy can be decreased and each child can become independent members of society, finding a meaningful and purposeful life and goals for their future.

A future where you will be taking part in their lives, instead of taking charge of it.

A testimonial from one of the many parents WHO FOUND SUCCESS THROUGH THIS PROGRAM:



 In this course you will be able to:

  • Know everything about Communication and Improving Communication in Children diagnosed with Autism
  • Help your child communicate his or her needs in a way that works for them.
  • Help you expand on their communication - for your child to become an effective conversationalist  

Let us guide you to implement these strategies that have been proven to be effective, practical and easy!

Become the expert TODAY! Decrease cost, increase independence, communication and engagement with your child. We can't wait for you to see the positive difference this course will make for you, your child and your entire family!

Complete your purchase with our: E-book: Recognizing and Regulating Emotions


AIMS Global specializes in teaching neurodivergent individuals diagnosed with autism (and related conditions) functional goals, that will increase communication, independence and successful coping skills. 

Directors, Karla Pretorius and Nanette Botha, have developed a support system according to the needs of individuals with specific learning patterns.

Karla and Nanette have done extensive research with adults diagnosed with ASD and related conditions to establish a program that is appropriate, accepting and stimulating to enhance learning opportunities.

The focus of AIMS is on supporting parents, neurodivergent individuals, and their professionals in providing successful strategies to increasing coping skills, communication, and self-regulation.

AIMS Global has autistic adult advisors to keep evolving with the understanding of autism and related conditions.  

One of the most wonderful things about a book is its ability to reveal to us a little piece of ourselves. When we can relate to a story or a character, we are left with a better understanding of who we are and what our purpose may be.

This might be most true for children on the autism spectrum. Because things like relating to others, understanding emotions, and making and keeping friends are common challenges faced by children with autism, reading about autistic characters can often act as an outlet and a learning tool to discovering one’s own place in the world.

It is no surprise that reading with neurodiverse children is critically important as it helps develop language, enhance listening skills, and build emotional connections and social skills, among other things.

So where were the stories featuring these courageous kids?

Read our blog: The Best Books for Children under the Spectrum & Neurodiverse Kids

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