april, 2018

10apr5:00 pm6:30 pmEarly Intervention for Children with Autism Education Session5:00 pm - 6:30 pm AEST Brisbane South PHN Offices


Event Details

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Health and education professionals are invited to a free Early Intervention for Children with Autism Education Session at Brisbane South PHN’s offices.

The AEIOU Foundation has been delivering evidence based early intervention to children with autism aged 2 – 6 for more than 10 years, and proud to be opening a service in Logan during July 2018 that offers a full-time program to 40 children and their families, in purpose-built facilities at Griffith University Logan campus.

The AEIOU program uses evidence-based strategies and knowledge to develop essential life skills including communication, behaviour, social skills and toileting, which give children and their families the best opportunity to live life to their full potential. The intensive program focuses on individual needs, and is delivered by a transdisciplinary team of behaviour therapists, occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists, educators and learning facilitators who are all autism trained. Families benefit from access to workshops and support which helps them achieve goals in the home and community.

Local health and education professionals are invited to hear more about the program, how early intervention benefits children and families, and the impact it has on the community both socially and economically.

Attendees will also share information on how the National Disability Insurance Agency, which rolls out the National Disability Insurance Scheme in July across the Logan area, will fund early intervention programs which focus on individual needs.

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For more information about this event please contact Events Coordinator Raquel McCready by phoning 07 3864 7522 or emailing rmccready@bsphn.org.au


(Tuesday) 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm AEST


Brisbane South PHN Offices


Brisbane South PHN

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