The Autism Association of SA provides information and assistance on autism spectrum disorders. It can assist with assessments, access to research, community-based education and training programs for children and advice for families.
The mission of AACAP is to promote the healthy development of children, adolescents, and families through advocacy, education, and research, and to meet the professional needs of child and adolescent psychiatrists throughout their careers.
The mission of Autism Support Network is to: connect, guide and unite. Their goal is to short-cut the uphill battle individuals and families undertake when faced with autism – whether that means the initial diagnosis, the day-to-day living and coping needed, relationship and therapeutic strategies and the latest information.
BINSA is the peak body in South Australia for people with acquired brain injury(ABI). Their role is to promote research and awareness of brain injury. It provides advocacy, information and support to South Australians with brain injuries.
Can:Do 4Kids is a family centred service providing quality specialist programs to children and young people across South Australia. Their services include: Early Intervention (0-6 years), Pathways (6+ years), Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology, Auditory Processing Disorder Therapy, Assistive Technology, Better Start and HCWA
Cerebral Palsy Alliance is a national body of 12 state and territory Member Organisations that positively contribute to the community through research and service development for people with cerebral palsy.
Cerebral Palsy Support Network is a community of members that puts inclusion and self-determination at the forefront of everything we do. We build capacity in ourselves and others. We are bold and curious, we navigate challenges and discover solutions that achieve change.
The Community Visitor Scheme aims to protect the rights of people living with disability or mental illness who are receiving care in a mental health treatment centre, attending a community mental health facility, living in disability accommodation, attending a Day Options program, living in a Supported Residential Facility (SRF).
Companion Card is a card issued to people with a permanent disability who require attendant care support which allows a companion to enter free of charge to participating venues and activities. In South Australia the Companion Card is free and is valid for ten years. It provides access to cinemas, theatres, councils, zoos and many other South Australian activities.
DCA respond to the individual needs of deaf children and their families, regardless of the degree of hearing loss, communication methods, educational settings, personal circumstances or additional disabilities.
The Epilepsy Centre is a professional organisation committed to providing quality services to people living with epilepsy and improving community awareness and attitudes throughout South Australia and the Northern Territory.