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This week Aspect released its Modern Slavery Statement. Aspect is already committed to acting ethically and operating responsibly and complies with labour rights standards, legislation and statutory requirements in Australia, however this statement commits us to actively identifying, reducing and reporting on the risk of modern slavery in our business operations and supply chains on an annual basis. By better understanding our own social impact, we take a positive and important step towards eliminating modern slavery in all its various forms.
Congratulations to Dr Jill Ashburner, recipient of the inaugural ARCAP Research Award. Jill is Manager of Research and Development at Autism Queensland.
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Aspect has opened a new ‘satellite’ class at Briar Road Public School specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students on the autism spectrum.
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Two Indigenous women acknowledged for their endeavours towards education and inclusion of people on the autism spectrum
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Aspect's a different brilliant® podcast is a new resource to assist in understanding and learning about autism.
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The 2021 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade was held on Saturday 6 March with Aspect's Neurodiversity Rainbow representing the Autistic LGBTQIA+ community and marching with pride.
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Aspect's Loftus Campus Officially Opens
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We’re very excited to introduce assessment services in Coffs Harbour! From March 2021, individuals and families in the Coffs Harbour area will be able to access the full range of specialist autism assessment services that Aspect has been providing in the Sydney area for 20 years!
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