Coffee Chat in the Evening! RDI Goals in the Home
May 1 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Coffee Chat in the Evening! RDI Goals in the Home

Join RDI® Program Certified Consultant Kat Lee and her guest, RDI® Program Certified Consultant Lisa Palasti, as they discuss RDI® goals in the home. Kat and Lisa are both moms as well as RDI® consultants and will talk about the everyday application of RDI® in the family.

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Introduction to RDI® in Gwangju, South Korea @ Jonnam Nat'l Univ. Gwangju campus, Social Science building
May 2 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

RDI® Certified Consultant and director of the SE Asia RDI Professional Training program, Maisie Soetantyo, will be offering an “RDI® Introductory Seminar” in Gwangju, South Korea. The seminar will include:

  • Overview of Mindful Guiding for Children with ASD
  • RDI® family case story from Japanese consultant Makiko Kishimoto
  • question and answer time

For information in Korean and English on how to register, please download the flier.

What: RDI Introductory Seminar
Where: Jonnam Nat’l Univ. Gwangju campus, Social Science building
When: May 2nd, 2017, 6:30pm-9:00pm

Webinar: Competence is the Best Motivator!
May 11 all-day

Are you an autism professional who is looking to expand your knowledge in the field? Join Dr. Rachelle Sheely for a free, LIVE webinar as she explores different topics that will impact the way you look at the profession and at your practice.

Competence is the Best Motivator!
Thursday, May 11th at 8:30am or 4:00pm CST

During this webinar Dr. Sheely discusses the many ways we try to ‘train’ our clients with ASD and why helping them become competent is the best motivator for growth. Nothing beats intrinsic motivation!

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RDI™ Certified Consultants are changing the face of autism treatment…and you can too.

Professionals : Ready For Dynamic Intelligence Webinar
May 17 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Professionals  : Ready For Dynamic Intelligence Webinar

RDI® Professionals and CITs!
Join Dr Gutstein and co-host Kat Lee as Dr Gutstein discusses how to know when your families are ( or are NOT) ready for the Dynamic Intelligence Program

UK Workshop – Relationship Based Approaches for Autism @ The Village Hotel
Jun 4 @ 9:30 am – 4:30 pm

Relationship-based social communication (RBSC) support is largely omitted from health, education and social care provision for children, young people and adults with autism, yet it underpins their ability to learn, to live independently, to make and maintain friendships, to secure meaningful employment and to have good mental health.

The conference will look at how two autism RBSC interventions (Relationship Development Intervention (RDI) and Gentle Teaching) can support families of people with learning difficulties and/or autism to help their loved ones: become better able to cope with uncertainty and unpredictability; be better able to regulate their emotions; be better able to understand themselves and others. It will also support parents to understand how to navigate education, health and social care services in order to seek to secure RBSC provision for their loved ones.


Zoe Thompson, parent of a young adult with whom RDI is used and Head of Development, Bright Futures School where the principles of RDI are embedded into the curriculum

Sharon Bradbrook-Armit, RDI Consultant and parent of a young adult with whom RDI is used

Brendan Maguire, Director, Learning Together and Gentle Teaching Consultant

David and Jayne Mallinson, parents of a young adult with whom Gentle Teaching is used

Sarah Dunn, Headteacher Bradstow School where the Gentle Teaching approach is embedded into the curriculum

This conference is funded by Awards for All (Big Lottery Fund small grants) and is FREE to participants, however, a refundable £30 cheque deposit is required in order to secure your booking. If you have an queries about your booking, please contact Christina via

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