Asperger Child gives you direct access to Nelle Frances' professional expertise in ASD. You'll have exclusive access to in-depth content, providing you with proven solutions to challenging behaviours. You'll learn how to identify sensory triggers to decode actions. A variety of strategies and techniques available at your fingertips!
Asperger Child gives you access to advanced tools to support and accommodate AS individuals. From Meltdown to Puberty; IEP's to Naplan; Toileting to Food issues; Social skills to Life skills; Anxiety to Relationships - Asperger Child has you covered.
Asperger Child will provide families, educators and professionals with expert information to support individuals with Asperger's Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Nelle Frances is an Educator, Author, Trainer and Sensory Guru.
This app empowers you to take control of YOUR journey, and create positive paths forward.
As the daughter of an ASD father, mother of an adult son with Asperger’s Syndrome, and Special Needs educator Nelle Frances has extensive, whole-of-life knowledge. She provides you with real life strategies that work!
Nelle's passionate about the link between sensory issues and behaviour. This lead her to develop her Sensory Detective® Workshop, and since 2001 she has been presenting this high-impact Professional Development session Nationally, with a particular focus on regional and/or remote areas.
Nelle is also author of - the Ben and His Helmet series of fiction books for children - Asperger Child Simply Explained - a resource for parents and Professionals - Sensory Awareness Training – a program for children aged 5-15 - Sustainable Social Skills - a program for schools
“All behaviour is a form of communication. All ASD behaviour is driven by the senses.” Our mission is to validate the sensory experience and perspectives of an Asperger child (adult), and in doing so change the way we view behaviours.
Nelle Frances founded AspergerChild.com in 2001. She is a passionate advocator and educator about Asperger's, Autism and Sensory Issues.