AEIOU Foundation supports young children in the Adelaide community, providing an autism-specific early intervention program for children aged between two and six.
First established in South Australia in 2014 with the support of Minda and the National Stronger Regions Fund, the $2.3 million centre houses four classrooms, therapy rooms, a gross motor room, covered outdoor play facilities and a parent's training room and retreat.
The program at AEIOU is based on a specialist curriculum which acknowledges the 2012 Guidelines for Good Practice. The AEIOU team at Brighton is comprised of vibrant professionals who are passionate about providing best-practice programs to bolster the learning outcomes for children who attend our service. Every day is unique at AEIOU, and we wouldn’t have it any other way!
AEIOU's Adelaide service was credited with “exceeding expectations” in the National Quality Standard for Early Childhood Education and Care and School Age Care Audit in 2017 and, with our high-quality program and staff, we continue to provide a high-quality service in South Australia.
Should you have any questions, require further information or would like a centre tour, please contact the centre on (08) 8306 4900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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