Early childhood top tips & strategies – From diagnosis to toilet training

Learn Early Childhood Tips and Strategies Today!

Join Sue for an upcoming Live Virtual Workshop where you will learn Sue’s practical tips & strategies to make a difference.

Over 400 Early Child Educators told me their top 2 questions they wanted answered, and I used those to create these Tips & Strategies

What you will learn:

Diagnosis / Identifying Signs of Autism

✅ Tips for Toileting

✅ Creating Communication Enriched Environments (non-verbal children)

✅ Different Ways of Teaching

✅ Why and How to Use Visuals

✅ Being a Supportive Communication Partner

✅ Use Rewards and Special Interests to Motivate and Engage in Learning

✅11 Common Signs of Sensory Processing Disorder or Difficulties

✅ Using Sensory Tools to Improve Learning & Behaviour

FREE Early Years Ebook –

 Listen to me  discuss this in the Podcast

FREE Early Years Webinar –

Wednesday 19th 6.00pm-7.00pm (AEDT) – relay also available but need to register

Sue Larkey Early Childhood Special Webinar :

Including bonus content on how to encourage families to seek a diagnosis 

During the workshop, you will learn how to:

  • Identify the signs of neurodiversity in the early years

  • Confidently and sensitively encourage parents/guardians to seek a diagnosis 

  • Engage neurodiverse children in the classroom, even without a formal diagnosis  

  • Support play, social skills and group time activities 

  • Provide additional support for families from a non-english speaking background

  • Balance and accommodate for all children’s needs in a busy complex early years setting

Looking for a Book to support and develop communication? Check out Practical Communication Programmes.   

The Early Years: The Foundations For All Learning

| by Sue Larkey & Gay von Ess | This book is full of practical ideas to give children with an ASD and other developmental delays the KEYS to learning. Teaching to play, write, draw, imitate etc. Toilet training, community access, etc. To sit, ask for help, wait, play, attention to task, sign songs, etc. Great easy to photocopy programmes.


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