You can apply by sending an email to:

In the email please provide:

  • Your name
  • Your email address
  • Your contact phone number
  • Your child’s age
  • Your child’s gender
  • Confirmation that your child is eligible as per the criteria listed on the Home page under ‘Who can participate?’. For teenagers on the autism spectrum who you think may be eligible, please explain why you think your child meets the criteria, and include any ratings/assessment that can help us assess levels of function across the ASD domains, and assess whether they are likely to manage the group component, the cognitive load of the program, and program elements around emotion regulation. 
  • A brief summary of what issues your child is having and why you think this program could be helpful
  • A commitment to participate in whichever offering is allocated, and to attend all 13-15 sessions, if you are selected to participate.

It is important that all applications contain all of this information.


After you apply to the RES@T program, you will receive an email telling you whether or not you have been accepted into the program. This may take a little time, as we sort through and assess the applications.

Those accepted into the program will be randomly allocated to one of the RES@T program offerings. The acceptance email will tell you which offering you have been allocated to, and will contain the timetable for your offering.

Offering 2: There are three testing sessions likely to begin in May 2023; The timetable is currently still a draft and is still subject to change.

Offering 3: There are two pre-testing sessions likely in April and June 2023. Then there are three testing sessions likely to begin in July 2023 when the offering starts; The timetable is currently still a draft and is still subject to change.

RES@T staff will then contact you by phone or email to work out the times for the testing sessions.

At the first session (whether it is a program session or a testing session) you will need to read through the Information and Consent Form. Only those who give signed informed consent are able to then start the program. You may decide you don’t want to go ahead with the program, and that is fine.

Once you have given consent you are part of the program. At the first session, those in offering 2 will complete the first testing session and then their first individual session for the program. Those in Offering 3 will do a testing session only. Their first individual program session will occur according to the timetable for their offering (the program timetable is under the ‘Timetable’ tab).

Program staff will then keep in touch with you to make further appointments for later testing sessions and individual program sessions.

If you have any questions, please email us at: