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Autism assessment services now available in Coffs Harbour

10 February 2021

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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!

A full range of assessments across lifespan

Children, teenagers and adults in Coffs Harbour can access a full range of assessements including:

  • My Early Development assessments, for very young children (under 2) where parents are concerned about their developmental progress.
  • Autism assessments (age 2 and upward)
  • Review assessments
  • Cognitive assessments

All assessments are conducted by Aspect's specialist staff who follow the “National Guidelines for the Assessment and Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder”, and use gold standard diagnostic tools.

Thorough assessments you fully understand

Aspect's comprehensive assessments help identify developmental difficulties and determine what interventions, strategies and supports will assist to reach a person’s potential. They also include information about an individual’s strengths, talents and interests, so a support plan can be tailored to their particular goals and aspirations.

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Assessment Services in Coffs Harbour

Booking now open

Bookings can be made by calling Aspect's Customer Service team on 1800 ASPECT (1800 277 328) or email

The clinic is located 18 Bonville Street in Coffs Harbour and operates on Mondays.

Information about Aspect assessments can also be found on our website, alongside the Aspect Assessments guide for participants, families and carers:

Aspect assessments services can be accessed in these locations:

  • NSW: Frenchs Forest, Baulkham Hills, Alstonville, Coffs Harbour
  • Online - nationwide
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