If your child has a new or suspected autism diagnosis, we’re here to help.
AEIOU provides therapeutic, early intervention services for children with autism aged two to six. Our focus is on helping children to develop essential skills so they can live their best lives, achieve their goals and participate meaningfully in the community.
We also support families during the early years of a diagnosis.
We also support families in to actively participate in and scaffold their child’s learning journey.
Why is early intervention important?
Receiving high-quality early intervention can make an enormous difference to a child’s development, with research showing it gives them the best chance of developing social, communication and early learning skills, developing meaningful and lasting friendships and, later in life, developing relationships, living independently and securing employment (Howlin, 1997).
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Why choose AEIOU?
AEIOU is one of Australia’s leading providers of early intervention.
Our team around the child offers a combination of supports in a long day care setting to help children learn across multiple domains, like speech and communication, self-care and independence, behaviour, and early childhood education.
At AEIOU, every child is respected, and so is their right to learn and grow in a safe and happy environment, to participate in a community and to be truly included. That happens when children are valued for being who they are and their needs and strengths are embraced. At AEIOU, we don’t want to ‘fix’ autism; we want to help each child overcome the disabling aspects of autism and build on their strengths so they can live their best life.
AEIOU Foundation acknowledges that our work in the community takes place on the traditional lands of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and respectfully recognise their ongoing custodianship. AEIOU is committed to reconciliation and is currently in the process of developing a Reconciliation Action Plan.