We are excited to announce our newest resource; Navigating the NDIS: How to get the funding your child needs.
This advocacy pack was created for parents and families trying to access or intending to access best-practice early intervention for a young child with autism. We sincerely thank Westpac Foundation for funding the pack and Minter Ellison for reviewing the pack. Click on the information kit below to download.
Our organisation offers free information kits to assist you on your ABA journey. If you’re a parent or carer, your start point is our How to Implement an ABA program. We also kits specific to Educators and General Practitioners.
These information kits provide critical and up-to-date ABA information, linkages, and research to support those who work with, live with, or love a child with autism.
Please select the kit relevant to your situation.
Our ABA videos showcase the look and feel of an ABA therapy session. They are a fantastic free tool which shows how an ABA therapist supports your child’s learning and development. For parents, there are also therapy-specific videos on verbal reasoning, play, communication and how ABA can assist learning. We highly recommend you view all of these. Indicative of the benefit, they’ve already been viewed over 300,000 times!
If you’re thinking of becoming a therapist—for work opportunities or to better support your child—check out The Benefits of Becoming an ABA Therapist video.
Talking ABA for Autism is a 10-part podcast series featuring interviews with ABA experts, and parents and families who’ve chosen ABA as their preferred support. With tips to improve your ABA program, advice on NDIS funding and managing challenging behaviours, Talking ABA for Autism will deepen your knowledge and increase your understanding of ABA. While we can’t promise enlightenment, we can promise information and inspiration that helps and supports.
Individual episodes are facilitated by Peggy Hailstone (ABIA’s Communications Officer), and Mary Holmes (an autism/ABA mum with a broadcasting background).
This podcast series was generously funded by the Harcourts Foundation.