The WAH Seeding Project:

Disseminate - Empower - Change

Windsor Allied Health sponsors and supports seminars related to child and adult mental health.

Some examples of previous presentations include:

ADOS-2 Training by Prof. Stephen Kanne PhD and Dr. Kourtney Christopher PhD - Weill Cornell Medical College: 8-10 May 2024 - LIMITED SPOTS

Courses include: All ADOS Modules (1 – 4 and Toddler) $2000

Only Modules 1–4: $1600

Only Toddler Module: $600

For more information and registration forms, email


Address: 29 Cameron St, Launceston, TASMANIA, Australia, 7250

Join us for an unparalleled professional development opportunity in Launceston from May 8th to 10th, 2024, presented by the Global Autism Interactive Network (GAIN). Under the prestigious auspices of Weill Cornell Medicine, New York, part of the esteemed Weill Cornell Medical College, this workshop promises to deepen your proficiency with the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule-2nd Edition (ADOS-2).

 We are honoured to host Professor Stephen M. Kanne, Ph.D., ABPP (CN), and Dr. Kourtney Christopher, Ph.D., leading experts in autism assessment from GAIN. Their work continues to illuminate the path of understanding and diagnosing autism, employing methodologies that have evolved from the very cradle of ADOS-2's inception.

 Weill Cornell Medicine, an institution renowned for its contribution to medical science and education, served as the fertile ground where Catherine Lord, the pioneering developer of the ADOS, expanded the horizons of autism research. Her tenure at Weill Cornell was marked by groundbreaking developments and enhancements to the ADOS, through rigorous research and dedicated staff development. The legacy of Catherine Lord's work and her direct influence on the ADOS-2 resonate deeply within the fabric of GAIN's training programs. Participants will not only gain from the advanced knowledge of our presenters but also from the rich historical context that underpins the ADOS-2, enriched by Lord's innovations and research ethos.

 This training is more than an educational endeavor; it is an immersion into the legacy of a tool that has shaped the landscape of autism diagnosis worldwide. Be part of a professional gathering that bridges historical innovation with contemporary expertise, all within the legacy of Weill Cornell Medicine and the pioneering spirit of Catherine Lord.

 Seize this opportunity to enhance your practice with the ADOS-2, informed by a deep understanding of its roots and the brilliance of those who have contributed to its development. This event is a must-attend forpsychologists committed to excellence in autism assessment and eager to connect with the rich history and future of this essential diagnostic tool.

The Autism ADHD Mix:

A presentation for parents and educators - Learn how new understandings of brain neurobiology and Executive Functions change the approach to treatment and management of Autistic children and ADHD. Presenters: Charl Fourie (Clinical Psychologist) and Dr Ingrid Els (General Pediatrician)

The Autism ADHD Toolbox Workshop:

How to manage children who have Executive Function Deficits leading to difficulties with time management, planning, organisation, self-motivation, emotional control and in-the-moment decision making? Presenters: Mary Brake, Department of Education Autism Consultant, and Charl Fourie, Clinical Psychologist.

Tricky Kids:

A presentation for Tasmania's independent schools on teaching children diagnosed with neurodevelopmental difficulties such as specific learning disorders, autism, and ADHD. Presenter: Charl Fourie, Clinical Psychologist.

Anxiety and tricky kids - Tips and tools:

A presentation at Anglicare's CFC Conference for parents helping them to support an anxious child. Presenter: Charl Fourie, Clinical Psychologist.

Understanding and helping tricky kids:

A presentation for Anglicare, Tasmania on the neuroanatomy of neurodevelopmental disorders and how understanding the brain translates to helping children diagnosed with neurodevelopmental disorders. Presenters: Charl Fourie, Clinical Psychologist and Amanda Leane, Occupational Therapist.

Girls and Autism - "From Misdiagnosed to Miss Diagnosed":

A presentation at the Australian Conference on Neurodevelopmental Disorders on girls and autism - exploring prevalence, presentation and intervention. Presenter: Charl Fourie, Clinical Psychologist.

The Australian Conference on Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Australias flagship conference on neurodevelopmental disorders:

Windsor Allied Health is a proud sponsor of the Australian Conference on Neurodevelopmental Disorders. Charl Fourie (MA) Psych (MAPS) and Tara Baillie (Registered Counsellor) are committee members organising this event. In 2019 Charl presented on "Girls and Autism - From misdiagnosed to Miss Diagnosed".


Tara Baillie is the founder of ADHD Support Groups. She is a registered Counsellor, a mother of two boys. Tara is on a mission to connect families living with ADHD, providing a safe space to interact, and share experiences, worries and strategies to use in everyday life. Tara offers a variety of supports to individuals and families touched by ADHD.