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Sunday 21 August marks the start of Speech Pathology Week across Australia. The week is an opportunity to make all Australians aware of those in our community who have a communication disability. We asked two of our experienced speech pathologists, Eva and Isabella (Izzy), to tell us more about their work at Aspect and how speech pathology can help kids and adults maximise their communication and quality of life.
Sunday 21 August marks the start of Speech Pathology Week across Australia. The week is an opportunity to make all Australians aware of those in our community who have a communication disability. We asked two of our experienced speech pathologists, Eva and Isabella (Izzy), to tell us more about their work at Aspect and how speech pathology can help kids and adults maximise their communication and quality of life.
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From exceptional high needs to twice exceptional, Aspect's a different brilliant® podcast is providing a new resource to assist in understanding and learning about autism. Discover below our five most-listened podcast episodes across three seasons.
Priorities of autistic people
ARCAP has recently completed a landmark study, in partnership with Autistic people and their parents/carers and Aspect practitioners, to find out what a good life means for Autistic people and for parents/carers of Autistic people and what might help or hinder Autistic people and parents/carers in achieving a good life.
Accessibility
How much technology are you near right now? Do you have a phone in your pocket, a smart watch on your wrist, a tablet or laptop computer in your bag? These days we are never far from technology.
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Receiving a diagnosis of autism for your child may feel overwhelming, but luckily there is plenty of support and information available to help you and your child navigate this path.
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When you have a hidden disability (e.g. Autism, Dementia, Sensory Processing, PTSD) accessing public spaces comes with a lot of barriers. This can include busy, loud, crowded environments, confusing and unexplained rules, and judgement from other people.
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