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On Tuesday 10 November as part of Aspect’s NAIDOC Week celebrations and our Reconciliation Action Plan commitments, we are excited to launch this new and free resource that can be used at home, in therapy or in the classroom.

This resource is a result of a collaboration between The I Am Movement, Lakkari Art and Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect). Bringing the vision of a mother of an Aboriginal boy on the autism spectrum, the knowledge of Aspect’s Aboriginal Speech Therapists and the beautiful artwork and storytelling of Lakkari Pitt.

The resource sits alongside a set of books by First Nations authors and illustrators. (The books are listed in the resource flyer below). It incorporates a way to include culture into therapy and shared book reading and has a number of tailored learning and communication goals.

What is included in the free resource:

The resource includes a set of flash-cards that supports therapists, families and children on the autism spectrum to read books together. They come with an information flyer which gives background about the collaboration, details about the books and steps for how to use the flash cards.

Order a set of Flash-Cards

How to access the books:

You can find the books at your local library, bookstore or access the books through the following online stores:

For more information contact us at: