Early Signs of Autism

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ABA (PRT) Course

Two-Day Intensive ABA Course to train parents, caregivers and therapists.
Run on the last weekend of each month.

Courses are run at a nearby venue, in small groups of about 8 people .
Pre-booking is essential.

Cost $590

DSS (prev FaHCSIA) will pay for eligible parents and caregivers to do the course

International

International consultations
are welcomed via SKYPE or Telephone.
Please call the clinic on
+613 9848 9100
for an appointment.
 

RESULTS OF AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND AUTISM SURVEY

Results of Australian and NZ survey

This journal article is reproduced with the kind permission of the Australasian Nutritional College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM) Journal

Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
Diagnosis, Therapies and their Perceived Effectiveness
extract from a report of a parent survey

Dennis M Crawley BSC (Hons)

This study examines the reasons for delay between a parent’s first suspicions of Autism and actually obtaining a diagnosis. It presents the main therapies being used by parents and their perceived effectiveness. Data was collected through an internet-based survey. Of the 331 responses received, 261 (79%) were completed to varying degrees, of which between 215 and 235 were able to be used in the analysis. The results indicate a considerable degree of complacency and/or poor training in relation to Autism among health professionals. Nonbiomedical and biomedical therapies are examined for their perceived effectiveness. Read More...Download a PDF of the journal article

Web presence

behavioural neurotheraphy clinic

www.adhd.com.au
www.autism.net.au