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What Do We Do Now?

The latest version of information and services booklet 'What Do We Do Now?', is available here for download.


Autism Asperger ACT Open Day Event

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Autism Asperger ACT Inc - Annual General Meeting 2014

AAACT will be holding it's Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 1 October 2014 at 7.00pm in the Bendigo Room - AAACT's Officer, The Chifley Health and Wellbeing Hub, 91 Eggleston Crescent, Chifley.

Games session

Members should note that the monthly Asperger Games are now being held on the 4th Sunday of each month.  The next Asperger Games will be held at AAACT headquarters, the Chifley Health and Wellbeing Hub, 91 Eggleston Crescents, Chifley at the following dates:

Sunday 22 June, 12pm

Autism Asperger ACT Inc. Policies

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Policies approved by the Governance Committee of Autism Asperger ACT Inc:



Introductory to ASD Workshop


During this workshop you will learn:

  • About ASD and what it means for your child and your family
  • Practical strategies that can make a difference to you child’s development
  • How to select and maximise an intervention service


Friday 14th March 2014

9:15am - 4:00pm

Submission to the Federal Government: ACT Autism Advisor Service and NDIS

The submission was made to the Federal Government Department of Social Services in March 2014 concerning the continuation of the Autism Advisor Service when the NDIS commences in July.



AAACT Annual Report 2012 -2013

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Autism Asperger ACT Inc


Please see attached the Annual Report and Financial Report for 2012-2013




Autism Awareness Newsletter April 2013

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Autism Awareness

Newsletter of Autism Asperger ACT Inc.

Autism Awareness Breakfast

Autism Awareness Breakfast

Autism Asperger ACT is hosting an Autism awareness breakfast in recognition of April as Autism Awareness Month. 

Guest speakers are: Minister Joy Burch, Minister for Disability, Children and Young People and Liz Blakey, who will share her son’s journey as a young man with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Health & Wellbeing Activities 2013

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