Supporting parents and educators from First Nations in Manitoba through story-telling

I had the opportunity to offer an educational workshop on Autism to staff at Ginew School Manitoba last month. I was thrilled with their enthusiasm to learn strategies to manage challenging behaviors and to know how to support their students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

This coming week, I am very much looking forward to providing parents of children with ASD from the Sagkeeng First Nation a half-day workshop on March 15, 2017.  Parents need to know how to become detectives and how to interpret the behaviours they see at home.  This will be a very engaging talk and I am keen to share my stories!

If you are interested in scheduling a half- or full-day/weekend workshop for your community, please contact Tamara Rogers at


Tamara Rogers


Autism Presentation on January 18, 2017 for Urban Eagle Transition Centre at the Victoria Inn, Winnipeg, MB.

What a delight it was to share knowledge with many individuals from various indigenous communities across Manitoba regarding Autism Spectrum Disorder.  I am thrilled to have been part of this exciting forum and look forward to collaborating with these remote communities to improve awareness in supporting individuals on the spectrum.

If you would like more information on receiving education, consultation and support for your community, please feel free to contact Tamara Rogers at (204) 415-7656 or email

Sensory-Friendly Visit to Manitoba Children’s Museum Dec. 29, 2016

The Manitoba Children’s Museum is offering a Sensory-Friendly Visit on December 29, 2016.  Please click on the links below for more information.