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Our Therapy Services

Every individual on the autism spectrum has the right to be an active participant in the community and to make choices about things that matter to them. These values are demonstrated in the work that we do, and the way that we do it, particularly in our therapy services.

Our approach to Therapy Services

When it comes to our child and adult autism therapy services, our mission is to develop person-centred, family-focused solutions which are flexible, responsive and evidence-informed.

We aim to support and empower individuals on the spectrum and their families to bring about meaningful change based on functional goals. To accomplish those goals, we work in partnership with the individual and their support network to identify strengths and needs, and develop support strategies that meet their interests, capabilities and cultural beliefs.

Services We Offer

Our therapy services include:

  • Speech pathology
  • Occupational therapy
  • Psychology and Social Work
  • Education and skills development
  • Positive behaviour support
  • Telehealth services
  • Parent training

Our therapy services utilise key elements from behavioural, developmental and social learning, therapy-based and family-based support. They are delivered in an environment that best suits the individual, family and support network. This may be in the home, online via videoconferencing or in another environment, such as at child care, preschool, school, out in the community, day programs or in one of our group-based therapy programs.

We also offer clinic-based intervention, holiday assessment clinics and outreach programs in several locations.

Service inclusions

Many of our therapy services include the following:

  • Assessment of individual needs and current levels of functioning
  • Development and review of an Individual Service Plan
  • Individual therapy focusing upon the core development needs
  • Working with carers and other support persons to assist them to promote the individual’s learning
  • Help with resources that support learning and communication (parents and carers are provided with examples of resources and supported to develop their own)
  • Session notes which include strategies to promote learning and development at home and in other settings
  • Consultation and collaboration with other service providers and places of education
  • Assistance to purchase resources that support intervention (as necessary and reasonable)
  • Summary report
  • Travel and administration

How we support you

This video explains how Aspect Therapy works with you and your support network, our approach and fees (direct and indirect supports) as they relate to your NDIS plan.

Our Therapists

Our therapies include speech and occupational therapy for autism, as well as positive behaviour support, Telehealth services and more. These exceptional services are delivered by over 250 allied health and education professionals, including speech pathologists, occupational therapists, psychologists and early childhood teachers.

Aspect therapists work with a diverse population of clients and families. They are experts in their fields and knowledgeable and respectful in their response to each family’s cultural, ethnic, racial, language and socioeconomic characteristics.

"Having access to skilled allied health professionals via the ease of Aspect Teletherapy has been invaluable during this uncertain time."

Find out more about our therapies

Aspect Therapy employs speech pathologists, occupational therapists, psychologists and early childhood support teachers to create flexible, individualised therapies that deliver the best outcomes for our participants.
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Aspect Therapy has over 30 years’ experience delivering best practice intervention to children aged zero to nine years on the autism spectrum. Aspect delivers services under a person-centred, family-focused approach.
Aspect Therapy employs positive behaviour support practitioners who seek to understand behaviours of concern from multiple perspectives. These expert therapists work in partnership with the individual’s family and support network to develop plans and goals for meaningful change.
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Technology provides a low-cost and widely accessible platform for individualised therapy. It also allows for greater accessibility and training for people living in geographically isolated regions of Australia. Aspect Therapy has been pioneering the delivery of web-based, autism-specific Telehealth services since 2015.
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Building Blocks is a supportive pathway into accessing early childhood supports from Aspect, and the sessions introduce a range of topics and resources to help inform and guide a good quality, evidence-informed service, tailored to your child.

Therapy FAQs

ASD is the acronym for autism spectrum disorder. This umbrella term was created in 2013 by the American Psychiatric Association and covers a wider range of disorders other than just autism. For clarity we use the term autism rather than ASD, and ‘autism therapy’ rather than ‘ASD therapy’. However, for practical purposes, those therapies will overlap regardless of the terminology.

Our therapies are individualised for the participant, whether they are children or adults. We also provide helpful programs for parents and families of adults and children on the autism spectrum.

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