Bobbi Elman: NeuroDivergent Autism support™

I am available to families on a individual consultancy basis. 

I am available to train you and your staff at your workplace or educational setting. I provide presentations, workshops, webinars and contribute to conferences. I create and deliver my own content and bespoke the content to what is required, needed or wanted.

Some of my previous work included training various primary TA/LSA’s in various areas specific to autism. I have worked with Academies on TA conferences, devising and delivering workshops to over 100 attendees.

Online Webinars, Presentations

I am an Independent Autistic Autism Presenter/Trainer. I create and deliver bespoke autism based webinars, workshops and presentations. I have 2 FB Live’s available, please do view them to see how I work. I have over 16+ years of experience & post-grad degree in Autism. I’m also a parent of an autistic young adult. Please message me with any questions and for pricing.

Online Consultancy

I am an Independent Autistic Autism Consultant. I have over 16+ years of experience & post-grad degree in Autism. I have worked for 8+ years as an autism-specific 1:1 Teaching Assistant. I use an eclectic individualised low arousal autism-positive approach. I’m also a parent of an autistic young adult. I do not use ABA nor PBS in any form. Please feel free to message me with any questions.

“Bobbi Elman is an autism consultant, advocate and trainer with a particular interest in improving knowledge and understanding of autism amongst school staff. Bobbi has worked directly with individuals with autism in school and as a facilitator with BEAM. As the parent of a young person with autism, Bobbi can also offer an alternative perspective from a family point of view. Bobbi can support staff working with autistic students giving realistic practical strategies and tools, including training and support for those working lunch and playtimes.  Bobbi emphasises a person-centred approach and is able to tailor bespoke training and support to meet the needs of settings and individuals.”

— S. Morris