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This year our household celebrated our son Liam starting an apprenticeship as a cabinet maker. We never would have dreamt of this day almost 18 years ago, when at just 2 years old, he was diagnosed on the autism spectrum.
Making the world more autism-friendly is not as hard as you think – all it can take is a shift in perspective. To help shed some light on this topic, we reached out to community leaders and autistic advocates to ask what they think.
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Very little is known about how autism is understood and supported in culturally and linguistically diverse communities, including First Nations People.
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The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) aims to give people living with a disability the funding and supports they need to live their best life. Here are some handy tips and tricks to navigate NDIS
Visual supports provide a visual reference that can be used as often as needed, and can support people on the autism spectrum with skill development, communication and increased independence.
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The Aspect National Recognition Awards acknowledge the achievements of exceptional people in the Autistic and autism communities.
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Our a different brilliant® podcast explores with the the connection between movement, sports and autism. Have a listen.
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From Lattes to Cappuccinos, our Aspect Central Coast high schoolers are brewing up a storm through a new work education and employment program, which aims to prepare students for a smooth transition into employment post-school.
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