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earlydays.net.au — Early Days is a national program providing mothers, fathers and other family carers of children under the age of six who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or who are undergoing diagnosis with information and practical help. Early Days workshops have been developed by the Early Days Collaboration – a group of agencies with expertise in ASD - and are nationally co-ordinated by the Parenting Research Centre. It is fully funded by the Australian Government under the Helping Children with Autism package. Early Days provides free workshops for mothers, fathers and other family carers of children aged six and under who been diagnosed with ASD or who are undergoing assessment. Early Days workshops are based on the latest evidence based research into ASD. Workshops are available on different topics and are provided in a variety of formats – face to face, online and via teleconference – to help reach many families. Specific workshops for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and families from culturally diverse backgrounds are also available. The Introductory workshop is translated into five community languages – Chinese, Turkish, Korean, Vietnamese and Arabic.
autism.anu.edu.au — Autism Asperger ACT Inc. is committed to improving the understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) within the local community and the effect upon families / carers of a person with ASD. We aim to provide support for those families through sharing our time and the information we have on this disability. We strive to achieve the best educational outcomes for our children while seeking to better understand the causes of their autism in a mutually supportive group.
aeiou.org.au — The AEIOU Foundation is a not for profit organisation dedicated to providing a professional, full-time early intervention program of the highest quality for children aged 2 ½ to 6 who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).
autismvictoria.org.au — Autism Victoria is a member-based not for profit organization. We are the peak body for Autism Spectrum Disorders in the state of Victoria. Our aim is to improve the quality of life for people affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders, their family and carers. We also provide a range of services to individuals and agencies with an interest in Autism Spectrum Disorders, including Asperger Syndrome and PDD-NOS.
autismqld.com.au — Autism Queensland is a community based, not for profit, Incorporated Association.As the peak provider in Queensland of services to children and adults with ASD and to their families, Autism Queensland draws on expertise gained during its 40 year history.
northcott.com.au — Northcott Disability Services is an innovative and dynamic not-for-profit organisation that provides support to 10,000 people with a broad range of disabilities and their families and carers across NSW and the ACT by providing a range of services which promote a genuinely inclusive society. Some people with rare or lesser known disabilities find Northcott to be the only provider of appropriate support and services.
autismspectrum.org.au — Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) is the country's largest not-for-profit autism specific service provider. Our vision is 'to overcome the isolation of autism' and our mission is to 'build confidence and capacity with people who have an autism spectrum disorder, their families and communities by providing information, education and other services.'
suelarkey.com — Sue Larkey: International Author, Autism Spectrum Specialist, Teacher Sue Larkey is uniquely positioned within the education system having taught both as a primary school teacher and a special education teacher. She is a highly qualified educator who has taught students with autism spectrum disorder in the mainstream and special schools. She combines practical experience with extensive research having completed a Masters in Special Education and currently working towards her Doctorate of Education, focusing on inclusive education. Sue is unashamedly passionate about her mission - to inspire parents and educators and teach them how to ‘Make it a Success'. Armed with the tools of understanding and confidence much can be achieved.