Welcome to the
Omnis Autism Circle.
A supportive community for adults who have, or believe they have, an autistic child in their family.
Who This Is For…
Family members who have an autistic child or young person (or one they believe may be autistic – no diagnosis is necessary to join!). It doesn’t need to be parents – anyone who loves and spends time with an autistic child in their family, and who wants to understand more about autism, is welcome.
Omnis Autism is a supportive community for adults who have, or believe they have, an autistic child in their family. The aim is for members to learn more about autism and what being autistic may mean for their child and how they experience the world, whilst also meeting others who are in a similar situation to them.
The goal of this Circle is to empower parents and carers on their own journeys, and help them build up some support networks on the way.
Membership Fees: $47/month
- A 1-hour group call, led by Amy, every month on the 1st Saturday at 12pm Eastern / 5pm UK.
- A supportive community of families who have autistic children, who understand your experience as carers, and the particular issues that this can raise, especially when caring for an autistic child.
- Access to a dedicated online classroom for ongoing sharing of resources between sessions – Amy will post links, reading resources, useful videos and more. You can also keep in touch with each other here and use as much or as little as you like as a place of mutual support.
Meet your Circle Leader
The Circle is hosted and facilitated by Amy Phipps, an autism specific social worker and trainer with 20 years experience in the field.
When her 10-year-old son was diagnosed with autism two years ago, she decided to use her professional experience to help families – by combining her knowledge as a social worker with her experience as a parent who has had a complicated journey through the “system”.
The hope is that this community will empower parents and carers on their own journeys, and help them build up some support networks on the way.
Here’s what students are saying.
“Amy was absolutely fantastic. So down to earth, great lesson pacing, encouraging, relatable and knowledgeable. She made it so easy to ask questions and helped our group open up and get to know each other as well as learning about autism. Honestly just the most informative and welcoming environment.” – Sibling
“Thanks so much for this resource. I learnt so much and would definitely be up for more! You were SO kind and generous with your time and expertise.” – Parent of autsitic child