Welcome to Autism West’s website.
We are a family support service and welcome you all to our centre. Pop in for a coffee, browse through our resource centre, or chat to our friendly staff. We welcome any requests or feedback in relation to how we can help support you and your family in your journey with autism.
Autism West is associated with the South West Autism Network (SWAN). SWAN is a not for profit, charitable organisation supporting the families in the south west region of Western Australia living with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
We have many activities and programs that are running across 2014. If you require further information or want to register your interest, please contact Gabriella on 6389 1833 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
News and Announcements
Office Hours between 16th January to 3rd February 2015
Monday - 9am-5pm
Tuesday - 9am-12pm
Wednesday - 21st January 9am-12pm & 28th January 9am-5pm
Thursday - 22nd January 9am-5pm & 29th January 9am-12pm
Friday - 9:30am-2pm
Please note, if you are travelling from a distance to visit us, please confirm by phone or email the time of your visit so we can make sure the staff are available to help you.
Groups run as scheduled.
Autism Awareness Day 2015
‘Save the date’ for the 2015 World Autism Day morning tea, which will be co-run by the Telethon Kids Institute research team and the Rotary Club of Scarborough.
Last year’s morning tea was a huge success, with over 300 people from the WA autism community (including families, clinicians and researchers) coming together for a morning of presentations, networking and fun. The 2015 event promises to be bigger and better!
If you are interested in attending, could you please email Anna Hunt (Anna.Hunt@telethonkids.org.au) and include the number of people who would like to come. People with autism, parents and families, clinicians, service providers and researchers are all welcome!
The Australian Autism Biobank
THE AUSTRALIAN AUTISM BIOBANK: Seeking Participants
The Australian Autism Biobank is a national research project led by Prof. Andrew Whitehouse, that aims to collect detailed information on children diagnosed with Autism. This information will be used by autism researchers to help understand the reasons why autism occurs.
If you have a child diagnosed with Autism, and would like more information about this study please contact:
Ms Alexis Rene on (08) 9489 7927 or email@example.com.
Funding for this project is provided by the Cooperative Research Centre for Living with Autism Spectrum Disorders (Autism CRC).
Australian Austism Spectrum Disorder - Educational Needs Analysis
Introducing an exciting, nationwide project from the Autism Cooperative Research Centre: the Australian ASD-Educational Needs Analysis (ASD-ENA). This project is investigating the educational needs of children with an ASD aged 5 – 18 years, as perceived by members of five different family and professional groups including parents, school principals, classroom teachers and teacher aides:
This is a great opportunity to contribute to a national discussion about the educational needs for students with an ASD in Australia. Any queries please direct to Dr. Keely Harper-Hill on (07) 3138 3016 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Entertainment™ Book Fundraising
Entertainment™ Memberships are packed with hundreds of up to 50% off and 2-for-1 offers for the best local restaurants, cafés, attractions, hotel accommodation, travel and much more!
Available as a traditional Entertainment™ Book OR the new Entertainment™ Digital Membership for your Apple or Android device, your Membership gives you over $20,000 worth of valuable offers valid through to 1 June 2015!
Order your new 2014/2015 Perth Entertainment™ Membership from Autism West Support Inc and 20% of your Membership purchase goes towards our fund-raising!
Please remember to reference Autism West Support Inc when registering your 2014/2015 Entertainment™ Membership.
CSMP - Curtin Specialist Mentoring Program
Jointly funded by Autism West and Curtin University to help support students on the Autism Spectrum to realise their life potential.
Click here to view the flyer for CSMP.
Job Vacancy @ Autism West
TOBY Playpad is a revolutionary evidence based iPad app that was designed to support the learning needs of children with an ASD. TOBY teaches parents and carers to immediately implement therapy in the home using both on and off iPad activities. It is ideal for children on wait lists or as a tool for home practice. Autism West has partnered with Curtin and Deakin Universities to create the TOBY Playpad (TOBY).