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Nearly 90 Brisbane locals will tackle a 42km trek from Mt Glorious to The Gap as part of the annual Champions Challenge event, which raises funds and awareness for children with autism, on Sunday 15 July, 2018.Continue Reading
This short video has been compiled to assist AEIOU families to determine which access form they should complete and what to ask for when phoning the NDIS to become a participant.Continue Reading
Navigating the world of mealtimes for children on the autism spectrum can be fun for some, but complex for others. Read useful tips from AEIOU program coordinator Joanne Stephen here.Continue Reading
All Brisbane families are invited to free community event in at Kurilpa Point Park, South Brisbane, on Sunday 29 April to mark Autism Awareness Month.Continue Reading
AEIOU Foundation announces Dr James Morton AM has resigned as Chair of the organisation, following 15 years in the position. Susan Rix AM, has been appointed Chair.Continue Reading
Read how AEIOU Foundation leads the way in early intervention, advocacy and awareness, and researchContinue Reading
Meet some of AEIOU Foundation's long-serving team members, from across a range of disciplines including speech pathology, behaviour therapy, occupational therapy, education and care. All of our staff are trained to deliver high quality, autism-specific early intervention. It's a challenging, rewarding career path. Find out why.Continue Reading
The announcement of an additional $47 million investment for Early Childhood Early Intervention Services in South Australia is positive news for children with disability and their families.Continue Reading
When in Rome, do as the Romans ... This saying employs one to be polite and respectful with behaviour when embracing a different culture or society. When interacting with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), we often face a variety of barriers. The big question here is whether we (both parent/carers and child), are speaking the same language. Learning an alternative way of communicating could be daunting for some, but if you are willing to try, a whole world of opportunities will unfold before you and your child. AEIOU Program Coordinator and senior speech pathologist Joanne Stephen provides advice to families of children with autism.Continue Reading
For Dr Sue Jeavons, preparing to cycle 1000km through stunning yet demanding New Zealand terrain is more than just a personal test. It’s a commitment to help others who struggle to cope with life’s challenges.Continue Reading
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Speech Pathology Week 2018 runs from 19-25 August and to mark the occasion,...From The Blog 09th Aug. 2018
At AEIOU, we firmly believe every child with autism in the country should have...