Before starting the toilet training course...

Learn how to become your child's autism specialist!

The 8-Week Autism Parenting Course Let's You Learn The Secrets That Experts Use When Working With Autistic Children 

The Most Practical and Cost-Effective Autism Parenting Training Course is Here!

Parenting is the world’s hardest job.

And parenting a child with autism can be a hundred times more overwhelming, stressful, and exhausting.

Apart from being a parent, you are also an advocate, researcher, therapist, problem solver...the list goes on and on.

It is also tough to witness your child go through various autism challenges like trouble communicating and making friends — difficulties that affect their daily functioning.

When your child is tucked up in bed at night, you quietly worry and ask yourself: “Will my child ever learn to live on his/her own?”

Despite that pang of fear that you feel, you must remember…

Your child depends on you.

As parents, we do the best we can to help our children thrive, which often calls for working with a therapist which we all know is not financially feasible for some families.

So, we, at the Autism Parenting Summit, thought...

Why not turn parents into experts?

That is why we bring you...

The 8-Week Autism Parenting Course

Designed to teach you the same strategies and "secrets" that experts use when working with children with autism, this course will help you...

Become your child's autism specialist without having to worry about recurring costs.

Because we believe, as parents, you know your children the best.

You know what disturbs and soothes their behavior...

And what they like or find unpleasant...

After all, you are your child's advocate!

The 8-Week Autism Parenting Course Lets You...

Learn From The Comfort Of Your Home

Because we understand how busy autism parents like you can be, we made our courses available online. You may take them at home, on the road, or anywhere you are.

Master Easy-To-Implement Strategies

Autism parenting comes with many challenges, and we don't want to add to that. We made certain that you only get the most effective and practical strategies.

Be Free From Recurring Therapy Costs

Learn the same methods and "secrets" that autism specialists use, eliminating the need to work with a therapist, which often costs at least $120 per hour.

With the 8-Week Autism Parenting Course, here are the autism skills you'll learn to master:


Module 1: Communication

Learn what communication is and its different types. Understand the link between communication and challenging behavior. Discover how to introduce visual choice boards to your children with autism and teach them pairing sounds that help expand their vocabulary.


Module 2: Behavior

In this module, you'll understand what a challenging behavior is, how to manage them, as well as how to make meltdowns melt away. You'll also discover the difference between a tantrum and a meltdown, and how and why we should manage them differently.


Module 3: Understanding Emotions

This module is jam packed with strategies and ideas and printables that you can try out and implement with your child at home. Here you'll learn what to do when a child goes from happy to sad or mad in no time and how to help them using various effective emotional coping strategies.


Module 4: Mindfulness And Sensory At Home

Learn how to set up a chill space at home for your child with autism, what mindfulness is and why it is essential, play mindfulness activities, and more. By the end of this lesson, you, your child with autism, and the rest of your family will have gone from mind full to mindful.


Module 5: Increasing Independence

Teaching functional independence skills might be challenging at times. This module will teach you how to assist your children gain independence without making the duties too difficult for them. You'll also discover how to teach your children self-help skills while establishing boundaries through freedom.


Module 6: Social Skills

Social skills and social interactions are often what parents consider and discuss the most. In this module, you'll have a clear understanding of various social skills and learn exactly how to implement these things to a functional way. Here you'll also learn how to prepare for outings, what to expect on actual outings, and reflect after the outings.


Module 7: Generalization

Discover what generalization is and how it can help our children generalize different skills to use in different areas of our their lives. Here, you'll also learn how to plan 4 different activities which will make you become confident and equipped to take any activity that you can do with your child and your family.


Module 8: Recap

The most important skills, techniques, and strategies taught in the previous modules will be revisited in this module. Here, you'll also learn how to put them into action to assist your children attain functional independence skills.

Here’s what people are saying about the course

He can request what he wants now, he can eat independently and engage more with his sisters. He is also starting to play with his toys.


Mom of a son diagnosed with ASD and sensory processing disorder (4yrs old)

Loving the games they (therapist and daughter) play online. It's fun and interactive and they are always working on my daughter requesting more vocally. So happy that technology has evolved this much for us to have this service available.


Mom of a daughter diagnosed with PDD-NOS (5yrs old)

About The Course Teacher,

Nanette Botha, BEd

(Cum Laude)

Nanette is one of the two Directors of AIMS Global as well as the co-developer of the holistic AIMS Support System. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education and graduated with Cum Laude.

Nanette has always had a passion for seeing children learn and grow. She started working with children diagnosed with autism and related conditions in 2007. She plays an integral part in supporting families through AIMS Global and AIMS Online which offers in-home, online, and supervised programs as well as full-spectrum online courses to support parents and their children in everyday life.

Having three kids herself, Nanette enjoys being creative in her approach and makes it her quest to teach children concepts through their interests. Teaching children functional skills is something she feels very strongly about.