Travis Saunders Autism Advocate and Patch's dad
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This week, Kate & Mandy are talking to Travis Saunders. Travis is the presenter and producer of the award winning ABC podcast The Parenting Spectrum, a member of the Australian Autism Research Council, Vice Chair of the Board at Autism Camp Australia, an Education Consultant, Autism Advocate, professional speaker, adventurer and father to an incredible autistic son. He has taught in schools all over the world and worked with autistic students for more than 20 years. Travis travels the country presenting workshops and keynote addresses to students, parents, teachers and allied health professionals about autism, parenting and how to be a positive guide. In 2020, he was awarded the Autism Spectrum Australia ‘Parent / Carer of the Year. ’.


  • Make sure you’ll check out School of the Road (on Facebook) and organisation set up by Travis and his wife Fiona. They help workplaces and schools create supportive and inclusive partnerships with parents and carers to improve outcomes for children and adults with disabilities.
  • Also check out School of the Road website, where you can get a glimpse of the epic family cycling adventures that Travis, Fiona and Patch did together as a family.
  • Make sure you look after yourselves peas. Listen to Episode 08 of The Parenting Spectrum podcast, which is all about self-care for carers.
  • Patch’s and Travis’ favorite music is from the artist Sia, in particular her recent song Together (on Spotify)


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