Since 1964, Autism SA has been the recognised leader in helping families and individuals on the autism spectrum. Our founding members were families driven by the desire to ensure that they had access to the best information, education, treatment and support. They advocated for acceptance and understanding. They encouraged research and leadership in the community. We have remained true to our beginnings to ensure that people on the autism spectrum get the most out of life.
People on the autism spectrum are at the centre of everything we do - we provide individualised and person-centred services and support. Whether you are a person on the spectrum and/or a family member, carer or a professional looking for the latest information about autism, Autism SA can assist you.
Our expert staff team deliver a range of quality services that are innovative and follow evidence based practice that are of world class standards.
Autism SA aims to improve life outcomes for people on the autism spectrum by providing and facilitating the very best information, connections, expertise, education, services, support and a strong representative voice for people in our community.
Autism SA is accredited and registered as a provider through:
• National Disability Insurance Agency;
• South Australian State Government Provider Panel.
Do you find our information and services useful?
We invite you to take the time to peruse our website and if you require any further information, advice or support please call Autism SA on 1300 288 476 (1300 AUTISM).
Autism SA believes all individuals on the spectrum, their families and supporters deserve to be heard and recognised in every way, every day.
This year, as part of our National Autism Awareness Month program - which runs across the month of April - we developed these videos in recognition of 2 April’s World Autism Awareness Day, a day that is internationally sanctioned by the United Nations (UN) and forms a strong part of the UN’s 2030 Vision: Autism Inclusion and Neurodiversity.
In 2018, the UN announced that the observance of the day was Empowering Women and Girls with Autism. Learn more here https://www.un.org/en/events/autismday/
We know our community is filled with some incredibly inspiring people. We are inviting people to share their thoughts, inspirations, ideas and stories directly with the world, starting with women on the spectrum telling us who inspires them. Watch this video to hear from them. If you would like to share your own video story about who inspires you – and if you are happy for us to publish that on our website, Facebook page or elsewhere - please email it through to firstname.lastname@example.org