Tag Search - 'Autism'
Thursday 17th March 2022Graduates give generously to AEIOU
In a heartwarming full-circle moment, graduates Ben and Lillian ‘Take A Hike’ to help raise...Continue Reading
Thursday 24th February 2022Community support opens doors for children with autism in Toowoomba
Ahead of Take A Hike Toowoomba, we asked local mum Anna to share how early intervention therapy has...Continue Reading
Wednesday 9th June 2021Children jump for joy at AEIOU Sippy Downs
The children at AEIOU Sippy Downs were ECSTATIC when the team from Vuly delivered a donation to the...Continue Reading
Friday 23rd April 2021“This is something that was only a dream before starting at AEIOU”: Blair's big family holiday
Before starting at AEIOU in August last year, Blair's family believed that taking a holiday would...Continue Reading
Friday 16th April 2021Autism: facts and myths
In our day-to-day at AEIOU, we’re often confronted with myths and misconceptions that are still...Continue Reading
Thursday 4th March 2021Now, Matari loves to sing and ride his scooter...
Matari is five. He loves to sing and ride his scooter. Matari is an Aboriginal word meaning ‘a...Continue Reading
Thursday 3rd December 2020"Little things mean a lot." - A dad's love letter to his daughter
Emileigh is a loving and affectionate little girl. She’ll be 6 next February. Read what...Continue Reading
Tuesday 27th October 2020Supporting our communities: Occupational Therapy Week 2020
The theme for OT Week 2020 is 'Resilience: Supporting our communities to rebuild, recover, and...Continue Reading
Tuesday 13th October 2020It’s been a journey to get to where we are now. Don’t give up!
Ethan is five and will be going to Big School next year. Elizabeth, Ethan’s Mum, says “don’t...Continue Reading
Friday 4th September 2020Being a father of a child with autism: father Nick and son Levi
This Father's Day, Nick Ellis shares some of his journey with us as a parent of a child with...Continue Reading
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