Raising Children Network ASD info. This website provides families with general information about autism spectrum disorders as well as specific information about the Helping Children with Autism package. It includes a guide to common therapies and interventions, what the research says about the therapies, and the approximate time and costs involved.

Raising Children Network The Australian Parenting Website Raising Children with Autism-Spectrum Disorder

Autism Victoria trading as Amaze provides information, advice and support to individuals, families and professionals about ASDs. Information Line is 1300 308 699 to get information on services, professionals and support services in your area. You can also sign up to the electronic newsletter, eSpectrum to receive the latest information on changes to the Helping Children with Autism Program, as well as other initiatives, events, and services available to families and individuals with ASD.

The Amaze ASD Library is a specialised Autism Spectrum Disorder resource for individuals, families and professionals.

This organisation offers advice and information, counselling and links to respite opportunities for carers of people with disabilities in Victoria. Visit their website or call 1800 242 636.

This organisation offers advice and information, counselling and links to respite opportunities for carers of people with disabilities in Victoria. Visit their website or call 1800 242

The main point of contact for families searching for respite options in their local area. Call 1800 052 222.

Australian government website that links to an enormous range of services for Australians and about Australia and Australians.

A national series of workshops for parents of children with ASDs. Speak to your Autism Advisor to register your interest in attending an Early Days workshop, or call 1300 307 909. There is an introductory workshop to help newly-diagnosed families navigate the system, as well as skills-based workshops focussing on specific strategies for parenting children with ASDs. All workshops are free.

A national series of workshops for parents of children with ASDs. Speak to your Autism Advisor to register your interest in attending an Early Days workshop, or call 1300 307 909. There is an introductory workshop to help newly-diagnosed families navigate the system, as well as skills-based workshops focussing on specific strategies for parenting children with ASDs. All workshops are free.

An organisation, run by parents, that provides information, support and advocacy for families who have a child or young adult with a disability or developmental delay across Victoria. Visit their website or phone (03) 9818 2000.

Ashley Schreuder- An organisation, run by parents, that provides information, support and advocacy for families who have a child or young adult with a disability or developmental delay across Victoria. Visit their website or phone 9818

These are autism specific playgroups for children with ASDs or ASD-like symptoms. They also welcome young siblings. Visit the website to join a playgroup in your area, or phone 1800 790 335. If there is not one in your area, register your interest and a group can be started when there are enough families interested.

These are autism specific playgroups for children with ASDs or ASD-like symptoms. They also welcome young siblings. Visit the website to join a playgroup in your area, or phone 1800 790 335. If there is not one in your area, register your interest and a group can be started when there are enough families interested.

Fahcsia provider panel info from Amaze, simplified and easier to navigate than gov website.

Fahcsia provider panel info from Amaze, simplified and easier to navigate than gov website.

Through the maze publication. The Association for Children with a Disability publish this excellent resources that helps families of children with disabilities navigate the various supports available to families of children with disabilities.

Ashley Schreuder- An organisation, run by parents, that provides information, support and advocacy for families who have a child or young adult with a disability or developmental delay across Victoria. Visit their website or phone 9818


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