AEIOU Foundation opened in Logan in August 2018, providing specialised early intervention for children with autism aged two to six years. We are excited to be working with the Logan community to improve the outcomes of young children in the region.
This new purpose-built centre provides high-quality intensive early intervention to 48 children each year, and will support families to achieve their goals and help access the community.
AEIOU Logan features:
- AEIOU’s effective intensive early learning program
- Long-day care opening hours from 7am-5pm, Monday to Friday
- Purpose designed classrooms
- Parents’ retreat and training facilities
- Large covered outdoor play facilities
- Research facilities
To view the Logan centre flyer, click here.
The program is led by Program Manager Anna Brodie (left) and Service Manager Nayna Mistry (right).
Your child's team includes:
- Behaviour Therapists
- Occupational Therapists
- Speech and Language Pathologists
- Educators, and
- Skilled learning facilitators
The AEIOU team is passionate about what they do and the children they support. See Anna describing an incredible moment at AEIOU.
Contact AEIOU Logan directly:
Building L13, Facilities Lane, Meadowbrook Qld 4131 - see map
P 07 3094 8700
Opening Hours: Mon to Fri, 7am-5pm
To view the full gallery of centre photos and construction that progressed, click here.
To find out more, contact us today.
The NDIS and AEIOU
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) helps Australians with a disability get the care and supports they need to live their best lives.
As an NDIS provider, eligible families will be able to secure reasonable and necessary support to access our program. To find our more, contact our NDIS Support Coordinator on 3320 7570, or email email@example.com
Additional information on the NDIS can be found here.
Location and the Logan Community
AEIOU Foundation is proud to be working with the Logan Together initiative to help children in Logan reach their potential.
22 November 2017: First sod turned on Logan's new centre for children with autism
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