AEIOU Bald Hills
In January 2020, AEIOU Foundation for children with autism opened our new centre: AEIOU Bald Hills Centre for Autism.
On the northside of Brisbane, this $4.5 million world-class facility is a hub for autism-specific early intervention, research opportunities, specialist outreach support for families, and training for allied health and education professionals.
The AEIOU Bald Hills Centre for Autism hosts 48 placements for children with moderate to severe autism. Made possible with funding from the Australian Government, this centre doubled AEIOU’s service capacity in the region and eliminated long waitlists for families seeking intensive therapy and early intervention.
AEIOU Bald Hills features:
- AEIOU’s effective intensive autism-specific early intervention program
- Long-day care opening hours
- Purpose-designed classrooms
- Large covered outdoor play facilities
- Parents’ retreat and workshop learning opportunities
- Research facilities
Contact AEIOU Bald Hills directly:
40 Attunga Street, Bald Hills Qld 4036
Opening Hours: Mon to Fri, 7am-5pm
The centre is managed by Centre Manager Brigitte Pernusch and the children's programs are managed by Program Manager Jessica Matthysen. The early intervention program is delivered by a transdisciplinary team comprising:
- Behaviour Therapists
- Occupational Therapists
- Speech & Language Pathologists
- Educators, and
- skilled Learning Facilitators.
The NDIS and AEIOU
As a NDIS-approved service provider, eligible families are able to secure reasonable and necessary support to access our program. To find out more, contact our NDIS Support Coordinators Katrina Ives or Sean Redmond on (07) 3320 7570, or email email@example.com.
Additional information on NDIS can be found here.
The development also brings together AEIOU’s long-term partners, with design by Buchan Architects and construction by Hutchinson Builders.
1 March 2019: Construction starts on North Brisbane Autism Hub