Autism and Educational Services

Autism and Educational Services (AES) provides a family friendly approach to children living with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other associated developmental delays.

By using the principles of Applied Behavioural Analysis, AES help children develop the social, academic, self-help, toileting and behavioural skills needed to interact with others to cope with the challenges of everyday life.

ABA therapy takes the form of a highly structured program designed to meet the individual requirements of each child, while building the foundations for lifelong learning. These techniques can also be used in structured situations such as a classroom, everyday situations, family meal times, playground and the general community.

Our program is mainly home-based allowing us to teach families the skills to equip them for their future together. AES places a huge emphasis on working with the entire family unit, rather than simply in isolation with your child.

AES also runs specialised social skills group programs for 3-15 year olds. Our programs focus on fun, age appropriate and when necessary, individualised activities that systematically encourage language, social skills, and other foundational skills toward getting ready for all school levels.

For further information:

Phone: 08 9240 5800

Email: admin@aes-wa.com.au

Website: www.aes-wa.com.au

Disability:
Acquired brain injury
Autism
Chronic illness
Hearing loss and deafness
Intellectual
Learning
Mental and psychological
Neurological
Physical
Sensory
Speech and language disorders
Visual loss and blindness
WA NDIS clusters:
1: Accommodation
2: Daily living
3: Communication
4: Wellbeing
5: Having a break
6: Episodic coordination and planning of support
7: Behaviour support and specialist care
8: Therapy and specialist support
NDIS categories:
1. Assistance with Daily Life
2. Transport
3. Consumables
4. Assistance with Social & Community Participation
5. Assistive Technology
6. Home Modifications
7. Coordination of Supports
8. Improved Living Arrangements
9. Increased Social and Community
10. Finding and Keeping a Job
11. Improved Relationships
12. Improved Health and Wellbeing
13. Improved Learning
14. Improved Life Choices
15. Improved Daily Living
Meet the team: All clinical team members are qualified Registered Behaviour Technicians or Board Certified Behaviour Analysts with the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board.
WA NDIS registered: Yes
NDIS registered: Yes
Target group age:
Early Childhood
Children
Adolescence
Late adolescence / Post-school
Adults
Aged Care
Suburbs and regions serviced: Perth Metro Area
Contact number: 08 9240 5800

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