Dear Autism SA community
The World Health Organization has announced that COVID-19(Coronavirus) is a pandemic. At the forefront of our minds is ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our clients, our … more
It is hard to overstate the devastation that has been wrought by the bushfires that have ravaged South Australia and much of the rest of the country throughout December 2019 and January 2020.
In … more
Strong belief and advocacy fuelling the turning of potential into reality
Elijah was diagnosed with autism in 2004 at two and a half years old, but his autism journey really started when he was … more
Sam Weavers is an 11 year old entrepreneur, sought-after speaker, fundraiser and humanitarian on the autism spectrum.
The schoolboy was only 10 years old when he started his thriving little popcorn … more
The team at Williams have undertaken the Autism Friendly Charter training, and have committed to helping the school shoe fitting process be an easier experience for children with autism and their … more
I arrived at Kingscote airport, Kangaroo Island, for an annual Outreach visit. As I was leaving the terminal to collect a hire car, I saw a very familiar student (now 19 years old) working in a … more
Children on the autism spectrum and their families met up in Belair National Park earlier this winter for a day of outdoor play and cubby house building, thanks to Nature Play SA, National Parks SA … more
Parent Initiatives in Education funding for school and preschool communities for 2018
Parent Initiatives in Education (PIE) funding is available each year to support schools, preschools and their … more
Gametraders Marion is hosting the World's Biggest Fidget Spin in an attempt to hold a world record by having the most people simultaneously spin their fidget spinners at one time.
When: Sunday 11 … more