Our first purpose-built centre, AEIOU Nathan opened in February 2010. This centre now offers AEIOU's life-changing early intervention program to 48 children with autism. This is a warm and welcoming centre, in a leafy setting. It has four classrooms, a motor skills room and three playgrounds, including a sensory garden which the children thoroughly enjoy exploring.
At AEIOU, Centre Manager Danielle Elton has been continuously inspired by the passion that each team member brings every day. Express Interest
Our funding partners
Located on the grounds of Griffith University's Nathan campus, the centre’s construction was funded by the Australian Government as part of the Autism Early Learning and Care Centre (ASELCC) initiative, with the fitout supported by local charity partners, the WANTZ Committee.