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NDIA releases consultation paper on best practice early intervention autism supports

The NDIA is seeking feedback on the most appropriate and best practice early childhood intervention supports for children on the autism spectrum, to be funded under the NDIS. Submissions are invited from people on the autism spectrum, participants, family members or carers, providers and advocates. The paper focuses on reasonable and necessary early intervention supports for children on the autism spectrum, and outlines proposed guidance to be included in NDIS policies, procedures and operational guidelines. Submissions close 10am Friday, 30th April. Find out more and make a submission. Free information sessions are also being held for stakeholders who want to learn more about the discussion paper and background research. Find out more and register.

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Open letter on youth justice published in the Courier Mail on Saturday, 28 January 2023

PeakCare Members, Supporters and media contacts may already be aware of the full-page open letter to the Queensland Parliament published…

Read More

It’s your choice – this way or that?

The outrage and concerns for community safety expressed by many Queenslanders following recent tragic events involving young people committing unlawful…

Read More

Child sexual exploitation and abuse – supporting SAFE and therapeutic conversations with young people

Across the sector we recognise that real solutions to complex social issues require a collective and collaborative response. We also…

Read More