We can help you overcome challenges you face when living with Autism
Why early intervention is vital
This video put out by The Australian Parenting website raisingchildren.net.au explains how the NDIS can help children with Developmental Disabilities. It touches on the importance of receiving the supports you need early without having to wait for a diagnosis.
Client and Patient Confidentiality is treated with the utmost respect. All meetings are private.
We are able to offer you our support through no matter what situation any time.
We take professional development practises seriously and are always striving for new heights.
Our lived experiences may not be similar, but you should know that because of what we've gone through, we know what needs to be done and how to do it.
You are not a case number, you are a person who needs our support.
WHAT WE TREAT
Why choose us?
Autism Adelaide offers an environment with qualified, professional staff who really listen to your concerns. We encourage you to speak openly so that you know you will be receiving the right support for you. We know that each situation is different and what works for someone else may not work for you. That's why we invest in time to support you the best possible way. You should also know that our support is without bias and free of prejudice.
We are here to help you achieve the milestones you're aiming for.
- Free Consultation
- Confidential Meetings
- Professional and Highly Qualified Staff
- Valued Lived Experience with Autism and Autism Related Conditions
- NDIS Knowledgeable
- Empathetic to your Needs
- Able to help you set realistic goals, measure those goals and meet those goals
- Able to help you overcome obstacles
- We can help you improve your life by providing the support you need
We measure our success not just in a goal-specific outcome but evaluate your experience holistically.
We take a whole of life approach and focus on overall care, supports, quality of life and your expectations.
There is no one treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder, because no two people with Autism will have the same symptoms.
It is widely believed that one of the most common health issues will be GI (Gastrointestinal disturbances) and will occur more frequently than the average person.