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Royal Children's Hospital Autism Spectrum Disorder Fact Sheet

Aspect - What is Autism?

Geelong 2021 WORLD FESTIVAL OF MAGIC Online Show Flyer

My Holiday Challenges - Supporting anxiety around gatherings, holiday meals, parties and events, exchanging gifts. Strategies: My challenges, What usually happens?, What I can do instead?

Organisations

Geelong Carers Connect Connecting with Parents and Carers of ASD and additional needs children and their families can be a good way of getting informal advice and support. Geelong Carers Connect was created that we can connect online as well as events face to face in Geelong.

The Raising Children Network is an online parenting resource that is funded by the Australian Government, reviewed by experts and is non-commercial. It includes information for parents and carers on a larger number of topics grouped by ages and stages.

The Yellow Ladybugs is a Melbourne based organisation passionate about supporting girls on the autism spectrum through social connection, education and advocacy.

Carer Gateway Barwon Health Carer Support is committed to supporting and maintaining the quality of life of carers and those for whom they care, providing a range of free services to support unpaid family carers living across the Barwon South West region of Victoria.

Safety Centre - The Royal Children's Hospital Information on ways to prevent unintentional injury, including: car and road safety, poisoning, burns and scalds, falls, water safety, choking prevention and home safety.

Australian Child & Adolescent Trauma, Loss & Grief Network (ACATLGN - Australian National University Resources for parents and professionals to understand the complex needs of children and young people.

Association for Children with a Disability For over 40 years ACD has been supporting children with disability and their families across Victoria.

A vision for children with disability and their families to have the same rights and opportunities as other children and families.

NDIS There are around 4.3 million Australians who have a disability. Within the next five years the NDIS will provide an estimated 500,000 Australians who have permanent and significant disability with funding for supports and services. For many people, it will be the first time they receive the disability support they need.

Parentline Department of Education and Training Counselling, information and referral service for parents and carers with children from birth to eighteen years old.

The A List is an online platform for young people with autism and their loved ones to find autism-friendly activities, whatever their age, interests, needs or level of function.