Services for young children with autism and other disabilities
Effective early intervention programs are an important first step for children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and those with other disabilities or developmental concerns. Early diagnosis followed by individualised early intervention can provide the best opportunities for achieving their potential.
At Aspect, we deliver a flexible range of best practice early intervention services for children aged up to eight years of age. Our team of early intervention specialists are able to deliver services in your home, your child’s childcare, preschool, school or another environment of your choice.
Our early intervention services are delivered by a team of education and allied health professionals using our evidence based, multidisciplinary framework. Our staff utilise key elements including behaviour, developmental and social learning, therapy based and family based interventions to meet the individual needs of children and their families.
By taking a family centred approach, this helps you to understand your child’s strengths, abilities, interests and needs while encouraging positive relationships to be formed. Children develop the skills and knowledge required to take appropriate actions to meet their needs and maintain positive social relationships.
While some of our programs are autism specific, many of our early intervention services also meet the needs of children with other disabilities or who are experiencing developmental concerns. Our programs are able to strongly support these children, and their family, to acquire skills in specific areas.
Aspect Building Blocks is recognised through the Australian Government's Helping Children with Autism (HCWA) package as an evidence based comprehensive program and the Australian Governments Better Start Initiative (BSI).
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To talk to a professional about Aspect Early Intervention Service call 1800 ASPECT (1800 277 328) or email
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