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Welcome to the I CAN Network!

In our seventh year, I CAN Network is Australia’s largest provider of Autistic-led group mentoring programs, training and consultancy. We currently mentor over 1500 students nationwide. Our school and online mentoring programs empower 9-20-year-old young people with an ‘I CAN’ attitude.

Our Service for MyCareSpace Visitors: 

To express interest for yourself or your young person, complete this form: “Express Interest Here” or send us an email at: online@icannetwork.com.au 

National (Australia) Online Group Mentoring - During the afternoons and evenings, Monday to Thursday, we offer online group mentoring programs for Autistic young people aged 9-20-yrs and neuro-diverse students 9-12 yrs providing a safe, supportive space to connect, share interests and discuss common experiences in the safety of their own home. 

Special Interest Groups - We also offer special interest groups for students with key passions such as Minecraft, Anime, Animals, Screens, Tunes and Characters also students who identify as LGBTQIAP+ (Ages 13 -17). *Our groups and themes are tailored to client demand.

When - 6 x 1 hour sessions during the afternoon and evenings, Monday - Thursday over 6 week blocks.

How - Participants join a live video conference via  ‘Zoom’. Each member gains instant access to the video conference by clicking on the session link we provide you after you have completed the registration process.

Price - $270 AUD for 6 x sessions

NDIS Self-Managed or Plan Managed participants can be accepted. I CAN Network Ltd is not an NDIS registered provider although NDIA Managed participants are welcome to pay for the program privately. 

For more information or to express interest for yourself or your young person, complete this form: “Express Interest Here” or send us an email at: online@icannetwork.com.au 

To view more of our services, download free resources, webinars or to connect with us, visit our website 

Or join us on social media - Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn 

We look forward to working with you.

On behalf of Chris Varney - Founder and CEO and the whole I CAN Team.  


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5 4 reviews
Support Coordinator
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Our daughter has taken away so much!
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Our daughter completed the program on Friday. She has taken away so much. This afternoon we had the privilege to attend their celebration. I would highly recommend the program to others. Thanks to James and Sam, we appreciate what you have done for all the students who participated.

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A fabulous experience from start to finish!
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Our daughter just returned from her first I CAN camp, buzzing with excitement. From the wonderful mentors to "finding her tribe" to the great customer service, it was a fabulous experience from start to finish.

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Love their focus on strengths and empowerment!
Average: 5 (1 vote)

My 12 year old daughter has attended an I CAN Network teen camp and taken part in online mentoring for a term. These have been a wonderful support during a difficult transition to high school for her. I love the way their programs are led by autistic mentors and love their focus on strengths and empowerment.

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I Can Network - the best program for my 9 y.o
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Totally worth doing. My 9y.o has now completed three groups and on the last day of the third group he pleaded with me to book another group soon. He has done all groups in lockdown. The first group was no specific topic, the second group was the imagination group (where some children may not know they have ASD) and the thrid group as Minecraft. The minecraft group was his favourite. I highly recommend it for your young person.