Everything we do also has a strong family focus. Each child’s journey is mapped by an individual learning plan and parents receive support to build their own capacity to scaffold their child’s learning, which guides the child’s and family’s goals and supports everyone to best achieve development outcomes.
The team around your child
Our high-quality early intervention therapies and specialised childcare is delivered by a transdisciplinary team of autism specialists, including:
- Early Intervention Specialists (therapy assistants)
- Speech Pathologists
- Occupational Therapists
- Behaviour Analysts
- Allied Health Assistants
- Early Childhood Teachers
- Centre Manager
The team around the child all works together to support each child’s individual learning, their early intervention therapies, specialised care and any additional tailored supports.
Our transdisciplinary approach
The team around your child is made up of staff qualified by a range of therapy and education experience. They all share the responsibility of planning, implementing and evaluating your child’s individual learning plan. They work with you as the family to understand each child’s needs and goals, and they understand how to apply the evidence-based strategies of our curriculum in each child’s learning journey.
So, you might connect with our early childhood teachers who understand how to support behaviour goals in the classroom, or a behaviour analyst who is supporting a child’s speech goal. No matter which member of the team around the child is supporting their goals, they are always supervised and monitored by an appropriate clinician.
Helping children with autism live their best lives
Each AEIOU team member takes great pride in their work and are equally proud of the children they support. In this video, Senior Behaviour Consultant Anna Brodie talks about a special moment working at AEIOU. The team at AEIOU work with children and their families to achieve milestones and individual goals which can take weeks, months and years to realise. When they do, it’s a celebration!