Families, allied health professionals and educators who work with children with autism can benefit from AEIOU Foundation's regular workshops. In addition to therapy-based workshops which are tailored the most common issues or areas of interest our families raise, we also host regular NDIS workshops to support families as they access the Scheme. For information about the NDIS and AEIOU, click here.
Our research shows AEIOU Foundation’s intensive early intervention program has greater outcomes when parents and caregivers work on their child and family goals at home.
To equip parents with the tools to do this, each AEIOU centre offers free workshops and seminars, which are prepared by our Program Coordinator Team. These workshops are open to parents and caregivers of children enrolled in the AEIOU program, or on the waitlist.
- Social skills
- Transitioning to school
Please note, the list of workshops provided below is progressive. Further centre workshops and dates will be uploaded as they are confirmed. Registrations are essential and can be made directly to the centre via phone or email.
AEIOU Bray Park Centre (2)
AEIOU Bundaberg (1)
Date Time Event 3rd Nov 2017 8:00am Bundaberg Parent Workshop (Communication)
AEIOU Camira Centre (2)
AEIOU Gold Coast Centre (1)
Date Time Event 2nd Nov 2017 9:00am Gold Coast Parent Workshop (Communication)
AEIOU Huntfield Heights, Adelaide (2)
Date Time Event 30th Oct 2017 7:00pm Adelaide Parent workshop (Communication) 21st Nov 2017 9:30am Adelaide - Free community workshop and NDIS information
AEIOU Nathan Centre (1)
Date Time Event 2nd Nov 2017 9:00am Nathan Parent Workshop (Communication)
AEIOU Sippy Downs Centre (1)
Date Time Event 31st Oct 2017 9:00am Sippy Downs Parent Workshop (Communication)
AEIOU Toowoomba Centre (1)
Date Time Event 30th Oct 2017 9:00am Toowoomba Parent Workshop (Communication)
AEIOU Townsville Centre (1)
Date Time Event 31st Oct 2017 8:00am Townsville Parent Workshop (Communication)
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