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Autsim Partnership

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At Autism Partnership, we have one special mission: to empower autistic children with the skills they need to thrive and reach their full potential. 

For over 24 years, we’ve been delivering comprehensive and evidence-based early intervention services to children and families, as well as training professionals in the field.

With centres in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, here is what sets us apart:

  • Our depth & breadth of experience - our senior clinical team are some of the most accomplished professionals in the field. Their combined knowledge, experience and skills make Autism Partnership one of the leading providers in the field.

  • Our dynamic & responsive style - we are known for our progressive and flexible approach to ABA. To help children make meaningful progress, our highly trained staff use their clinical judgement to select and implement the most appropriate strategies to meet the child’s needs at all given times.

  • Commitment to quality outcomes - we put our heart and soul into delivering the highest quality outcomes for our children. We always go that extra mile in how we assess, evaluate and make changes to maximise a child’s progress.

  • Ongoing training & development - we know that to deliver the best experiences for our clients, we need to continue to learn and evolve. That is why our team’s continuing growth and development are at the very core of our organisation.

  • History& international connections - we are part of a global network of professionals with the fortunate ability to draw from the experience of our founders and pioneers in the field of ABA. Through our network’s research arm Autism Partnership Foundation, we also benefit from access to contemporary research in the field.  We are uniquely positioned to have our practice inform research, and our research inform our practice.

  • Our child-centred approach - the kids and families are at the centre of EVERYTHING we do, and we are truly honoured to play a role in transforming their lives.

Find out more at www.autismpartnership.com.au

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Allambi Care

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At Allamic Care clinical, we recognize that every client has unique needs and tailor our care accordingly. Clinicians work closely with carers and staff to develop an individualized treatment plan for every client  based on their individual learning style. Our exceptional team of behaviour specialists have extensive training in a wide range of evidence-based techniques, including, discrete trial teaching (DTT), functional communication training (FCT),  natural environment training (NET) and more. We work under an Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) framework, which is the leading methodology for treating children with autism spectrum disorder.

Throughout the course of ABA therapy our team works with children to build critical developmental skills, such as communication, cognition, social skills, play skills, daily living skills, and other important life skills . 

All our Behaviour Specialists have completed or are working towards the Board-Certified Assistant Behaviour Analyst (BCaBA®) certification or Board-Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA®) certification and all behavioural services are supervised by a BCBA or Board-Certified Behaviour Analyst-Doctoral (BCBA-D®).

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AEIOU Foundation

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AEIOU Foundation is one of Australia’s leading providers of evidence-based early intervention for children with autism aged between 2 to 6 years. Our goal at AEIOU is to help children develop essential skills to live their best lives and achieve their goals.

Each day at AEIOU, our team of occupational therapists, speech pathologists, behaviour analysts, early childhood educators, and therapy assistants work together and learn from each other to evaluate, plan, and implement therapeutic supports and care for each child.

Our curriculum incorporates well-researched and evidence-based early intervention models like the Early Start Denver Model, VB-MAPP and the science of Applied Behaviour Analysis as well as the same Early Years Learning Framework as mainstream childcare centres.

We believe it is every child’s right to have an opportunity to learn and grow in a safe environment that enables them to overcome the disabling aspects of autism, build on their strengths, and connect with family and friends.

After one year at AEIOU:

  • 95% of children increased their early learning skills
  • 98.5% of children improved their overall communication skills
  • 96.9% of children improved their fine motor skills
  • 66.7% of children are either fully toilet trained or progressing well with their toileting

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Ability Consultants

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Our mission is Freedom and Social Connection through easy access to Positive Behaviour Support. Our multidisciplinary team provides behaviour intervention in the framework of the NDIS with all age groups and clinical presentations. Join our team of certified behaviour analysts and BCaBA's who enjoy clinical supervision on the job. We thrive in an empowering work environment, where our contributions are rewarded and our voice is heard. We see an NDIS where function-based, humanistic behaviour intervention is accessible for all, and improving people's lives. 

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Woodbury Autism education and Research

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Woodbury is an independent school for students with Autism catering for children from kindergarten to year 6. Woodbury is the only school of its kind, offering a program based on the
principles of ABA. Our focus is on establishing skills needed to function successfully, with emphasis on core areas that
individuals with autism face.
The Rubens Place School Readiness Group provides group intervention for students aged 4-6 in
preparation for their transition to school often needing careful planning and preparation to ensure
success. Rubens aims to provide that support by providing group instruction based on the principles of ABA.

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PECS Australia

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Pyramid Educational Consultants is the worldwide source for both the Pyramid Approach to Education and the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS). Our goal is to help individuals with developmental disabilities, autism, and/or communication challenges learn to shape their own lives and participate in the world around them. Using a blend of broad spectrum applied behaviour analysis and practices supported by research and positive results, we give learners the skills to tell you what they want, what they need, what they see, and the unique educational environments they need to learn and grow towards greater independence.

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Multilit

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MultiLit is a leading provider of effective literacy instruction in Australasia. MultiLit’s publications and professional development are informed by an ongoing program of research.
As well as supporting students with literacy, we provide teachers and allied health professionals with research-based guidance and skill development to create positive teaching and learning environments in schools. The MultiLit Positive Teaching and Learning Initiative offers workshops delving into specialised topics such as functional behaviour assessment, measurement of behaviour, replacement behaviour and motivation strategies, reinforcement and teaching strategies, along with downloadable resources to support implementation of behaviour initiatives.

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Secret Agent Society

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Secret Agency Society (SAS) is your all-in-one toolkit for providing innovative, effective, and engaging group services. SAS Providers have been offering this evidence-based approach for over 12 years to diversify children’s social and emotional skills.

The SAS Small Group Program consists of child group meetings, parent group meetings, Teacher Tip Sheets, paired with real-life practice missions and a system to monitor and reward skill development at home and at school. Combining family and facilitator resources, the program is accessed through an intuitive and engaging online platform that streamlines program delivery in face-to-face or telehealth sessions and between session activities.

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hability

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Brighter Outcomes

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Pathways Early Intervention

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Great Start Behaviour Services

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Mosaic Early Intervention

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Paediatric Feeding International

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Super Kids Behavioural Consulting

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Monash University

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To the moon and back

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