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We have broken ground and commenced construction on the new Aspect Hills Shire school, due to open in 2025. This purpose-built school will cater for eligible students in years K-6 and is co-funded by the NSW Government’s Western Sydney Infrastructure Grants Program.
Autistic people with an interest in journalism are invited to express interest in taking part in a new introductory journalism program facilitated by a major university and Aspect which will be filmed for nationwide broadcast TV.
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Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) is excited to be partnering with the Australian Airports Association (AAA) to launch a Hidden Disability Awareness Training Course to help remove barriers to travel and make airports more inclusive for all.
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Aspect has announced a new Chair of the Aspect Board. Annette Gallard has decided to step down as Chair of the Aspect Board. Annette joined the Board in March 2014 and was elected Chair in October 2020. During this time. she has provided exceptional leadership and valued guidance which has seen Aspect extend its reach and deliver quality outcomes for people on the autism spectrum. Annette will remain on the Board for the foreseeable future. We thank Annette for her time and support generously given to Aspect as Chair.
Lyn Sharrat Maryanne Gosling Aspect
Australian Financial Review - 29 May 2023. A pioneering approach to helping children from disadvantaged and challenging backgrounds achieve academically is being adopted by autism-specific schools in Australia.
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As Australia celebrates World Autism Awareness Day and seeks to raise understanding of autism and how we can all make society a more inclusive place, Aspect Hunter School is acknowledging its students and staff and preparing for a new campus in Cardiff Heights.
It takes a village: Celebrating the growth of Aspect Riverina School
For Aspect Riverina School, which runs autism-specific education programs, it’s a day to recognise the individuality of our wonderful students and celebrate their families, teachers and support staff and to acknowledge the local community which has supported our school over many years.
Autistic adult Charlotte W
As the world acknowledges World Autism Awareness Day on 2 April, Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) has moved to change the wording to World Autism Understanding Day, in a bid to foster greater consideration and acceptance of autism and Autistic people.
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