ARE YOU READY TO GET AWESOME FOR AUTISM?
2017 sees the introduction of AEIOU Foundation's inaugural "Let’s get awesome for autism" campaign, recognising the need to raise awareness of autism, and the benefits and successes of our evidence based program for children aged two to six years. Every child deserves access to an effective and affordable early intervention program.
Join us on Friday 16 June 2017 as thousands of people across Australia "GET AWESOME FOR AUTISM".
Did you know that 1 in 100 Australians are diagnosed with autism each and every year? For every 5 diagnoses, 4 will be boys. Autism does not discriminate. There is no known cause and there is no cure.
Children with autism face challenges each and every day of their lives and this is your chance to help raise awareness and vitally needed funds for AEIOU centres.
Register today and we will post out your "LET'S GET AWESOME FOR AUTISM" kit with "how to" guide, posters, stickers and money boxes. There are some great ideas and fundraising tips on how your workplace or school can help create a lifetime of opportunities for children with austim.
Friday 16 June is not a suitable date for you? No problem... choose an alternative date and let us know.
Your support for a single day CAN change the life of a child with autism, and their family, forever!
AEIOU Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to providing best practice, full-time early intervention and learning programs, individually tailored for children diagnosed with autism. Early intervention is clinically proven to give children with autism the essential life skills for education, social interaction, inclusion and reveals their real and unique potential.
The organisation was founded in 2005 by Dr James Morton AM and his wife Louise when their young son Andrew was diagnosed with autism. They discovered a lack of effective therapy and set about to find the best outcomes. Working with other parents, the first school was opened in 2005 and now has 8 centres across Queensland and 1 in South Australia.
Autism is a lifelong disorder and is more prevalent than childhood cancer and diabetes combined – there is no cure, but our program provides positive outcomes with 70% of our children transitioning into mainstream schooling.
AEIOU's early intervention evidenced based program helps create brighter futures for children with autism and their families. Our vision is to ensure every child with autism is provided with maximum opportunities to reach their full potential.