Time 2 Train Aspergers Program     

 For all ages with Autism, specialising in Aspergers Syndrome 

" Time 2 Train is a fun learning movement exercise

 program, using sports and activities combined with games to

 train all ages on the Autism Spectrum."

Managing Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome in the classroom environment.  

26/8/22 
1.15pm-2.15pm

Live at Moonee Valley Racecourse. Suitable for
Teachers, School Leaders, Heads of School, YLCs, Student Support Staff, Other Professionals Working with Young People

Managing Director and Founder of the Time 2 Train Asperger’s Program Jeremy Samson is a certified practitioner in Allied Health. He is also a member of the International Association of Applied Neuroscience and has over 25yrs lived experience first diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome from age 6. Jeremy aims to support further understanding in the pathways of diverse students living with Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome. 

Jeremy will cover the following key areas: 

• Classroom Environment 
• Organisational Skills 
• Communication 
• Social Skills 
• Survival Skills 
• Types of Therapy 
• Conclusion 

Jeremy was fortunate to continue operating throughout the duration of the pandemic as an essential needs service. Jeremy’s Time 2 Train program was designed to operate 1:1 and managed to adapt his training sessions to home, outdoor, online approach with clients. Jeremy continues to research, raise awareness into key health benefits of holistic methodologies to support a whole person approach living on the Autism Spectrum with a strong focus in supporting parents in their style of parenting. His activity program has since expanded to other therapeutic approaches including car therapy, yoga, sound and music, swimming. 

He also currently employs and mentors previous students that have participated and completed the program looking for work experience to assist him further in training sessions. Jeremy has recently featured in an upcoming documentary called Autism Live & Love to support families new to the journey of Autism.

AUTISM | LIVE & LOVE - COMING SOON!

The official trailer of a new series and program impacting the lives of families with loved ones on the autism spectrum. Creating awareness as well as supporting those just entering the journey of autism for the very first time! A sneak peek with a powerful message!

A very big well done to all at TorchT - , hosted by Jo Van Dort with guest Jane Burns (mothers to a son with autism/disability). NDIS advocate Joe Forgione and yes of course a familiar face making an appearance too!

Exercise Benefits Autistic Adults: Fitness, Anxiety, Confidence. Written by Lorra Garrick, featuring Jeremy Samson

Who gets to be an Autism entrepreneur, whilst living on the spectrum, themselves? This guy does - Jeremy Samson. 

During the past 14 years, he’s single-handedly smashed stigma, opened doors and created untapped possibility through his staggered start-up Time 2 Train. 14 years in, Jeremy has changed hundreds of lives and contributed to the enablement of those living in the Asperger's and autism space. It really is time to train, time to drive and time to move.

Listen to our show, in its entirety at my YouTube channel, along with many more like it. Remember, it really is OK to not be OK and ask anyone that potentially, lifesaving question. - "What does it feel like, being you today? - Rae Bonney 94.1fm

Just Another Boy - The Flyer

As a young six-year-old boy diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, I understood the world as a unique, creative and, at times, very strange place. I was extremely fascinated by objects around me. Each new discovery would capture my attention and I was easily distracted by the beauties of everyday life.

Australian Personal Trainer Jeremy Samson Reveals His Inspiration behind Autism and Exercise

Australian personal trainer Jeremy Samson has remained a force to be reckoned with in the fitness industry. Having been diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome at an early age, Jeremy expressed his incredible struggles with the condition. He soon realized his gift of being able to perceive a difference in himself compared to other children.
He described his condition of Asperger’s as his brain consisting of a series of televisions with one affected by a “bent antennae.”

Jared Talevera - Blog Writer

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Exercise Training Programs



8 WEEK BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM


Time 2 Train 8 Week Program aims to build a basic understanding of skills towards balance, co-ordination, confidence and overall improvement in functioning.



12 WEEK TRAINING PROGRAM


Time 2 Train 12 Week Program is the highly recommended integration package in building basic to advanced motor movements, increased confidence, better emotional management and further improvement in overall functioning.

THE LUPE PROGRAM. LEARN UNDERSTAND PRACTICE EXPERIENCE

8 & 12 WEEK PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. A personal development program for teens 11yrs + to young adolescents, young adults on the Autism Spectrum , Aspergers Syndrome, helping individuals build and increase the necessary life essential skills required towards further independent, adaptive learning skills required for transitioning to the wider community.

e: time2train@live.com.au

HANG OUT TIME PROGRAM ( TEENS & YOUNG ADULTS )

Supporting families 1:1 who may be struggling to socially, emotionally connect with parents or peers, behaving differently in other ways, feeling lonely or disconnected, lacking in friends, missing shared interests to exploring new, fun and different experiences. Our goal is to develop healthy nurturing relationships through carefully selected healthy individuals who have previously experienced positive success and completed training outcomes through the Time 2 Train Program. 
e: time2train@live.com.au
* This program is currently based in Melbourne Eastern Suburbs, Victoria, Australia
Our mission statement

" Time 2 Train strives through exercise to assist children,

teenagers and adults with Asperger's Syndrome and other

learning difficulties, to build confidence , improve co-ordination, develop social and coping skills to enable them to become valued members of our society."