AEIOU Foundation is committed to ensuring every child has access to high-quality early intervention, via a program that meet the 2012 Australian Good Practice Guidelines.
AEIOU works closely with State and Federal Government departments to advocate for young children with autism and their families. This is essential with preparations to launch the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) nationally underway, to ensure they receive adequate funding and support. In Queensland, AEIOU represents Queensland families on the Queensland Transition Advisory Group (QTAG), providing guidance and advice to assist with the roll-out of the NDIS in Queensland.
In Queensland, we plan to establish better support for families living in regional communities, and AEIOU is striving to deliver a national curriculum that will help meet the current gap for education and therapy for pre-school aged children with autism.
Fundraising is imperative at AEIOU Foundation and our team is dedicated to managing local and national opportunities that provide a meaningful opportunity to make a lasting difference to the lives of young children with autism, for individuals, organisations and corporate partners.
Being an employer of choice within our industry and developing enduring relationships with the families who access our service is important to us, and we have programs in place that you can be part of, too.
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