How we work
Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) is Australia's largest supplier of services for people on the spectrum. We provide information, intervention and a range of services to meet the needs of people on the spectrum and their families. We engage in strategic alliances with a number of not-for-profit oirganisations to offer better options for people on the spectrum.
Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) is an Australian not-for-profit provider of services and supports working with people on the autism spectrum and their families. From diagnosis and assessments, early intervention and therapies, to specialised schooling, social groups and employment mentoring; Aspect provides advice and support for the whole family throughout the life stages, from the early years to adulthood. Our services connect with people in regional centres as well as rural and remote communities.
Aspect has offices in New South Wales, the ACT, SA and Victoria, and offers services across Australia, including:
- Aspect Assessments
- Early days workshops
- Autism Advisor Program
- Early intervention programs
- A network of autism-specific schools and classes
- Educational outreach
- Positive behaviour support
- Choose & Connect
- A parent support network
- Parent education and professional development workshops
- Cultural and Indigenous support
As a not for profit organisation, we rely on the generosity of our donors and supporters to continue to provide essential services within local communities.
See also Aspect services by lifestage
See also Aspect services by location
We engage in strategic alliances with organisations such as Sunshine and Autism CRC.
Looking for events and workshops?
Call 1800 ASPECT (1800 277 328) or email us for more information.