For many, AEIOU’s Toowoomba centre is like a home away from home. With the capacity to enrol up to 18 children with autism, our little ones are not only based in the immediate community of Toowoomba, but also commute from properties in surrounding towns or regions. The centre features three classrooms, a parent room, a large shady playground and a sensory garden.
This centre is home to a beautiful community, which raises funds and donates resources on a regular basis, also taking part in signature events such as Take A Hike in droves. Express Interest
The team includes many long-standing members, who want the very best for all of the children who attend.
Rhonda Greensill's legacy
AEIOU’s Toowoomba centre opened in 2007, and was established with thanks to the incredible support from much-loved local GP, Rhonda Greensill. Soon after the centre was established, Rhonda passed away. Her legacy is remembered at the centre, now named 'The Rhonda Greensill Centre, AEIOU Toowoomba’ in her honour. Rhonda’s family remain important, valued friends of AEIOU Foundation.