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Exploring the Spectrum

Exploring the Spectrum provides training and education for professionals, agencies, and service providers who support Autistic individuals. Exploring the Spectrum was created to meet the growing demand for both increased education and training, and capacity building to understand and meet the needs of Autistic individuals. By offering sector specific training, through our catalogue of online training and more advanced customized content delivery, Exploring the Spectrum works to improve the knowledge and practices of support and service professionals in order to build increased understanding, acceptance and inclusion for Autistic individuals.


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Professional Development


Our training and education program is grounded in decades of front-line service experience, drawing from a wealth of knowledge developed by professionals, practitioners and first voice individuals from a variety backgrounds and experiences.  Our trainers have years of professional, academic and in-field experience, providing learners with practical, informed lessons anchored to real world experiences, person directed principles, and evidence based best practices. Each organization, service, program or sector is unique– you confront specific challenges and needs, and we can customize and tailor content to meet those specific needs, challenges, and questions.

"The information was excellent and touched on a number of topics that were new to me and very interesting. It was very eye-opening and helped expand my awareness."

- Course Participant

"(My staff) found the training extremely valuable and beneficial and are glad they had the opportunity to take the training."

- Course Participant

"Some really good ideas and examples of what we can do (as an agency) to be more welcoming and inclusive to people with autism."

- Course Participant

"It helped make me more aware of challenges that clients may be experiencing and how to make their experience in our office better. The suggestions in the training can be helpful to people with ADHD, anxiety, learning challenges and schizoaffective disorder, etc."

- Course Participant


Debbie Carver, Education & Training Manager

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