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Inclusive Directions has formally taken over the management of the Autism Early Intervention Research Program at Flinders University.

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Within days of arriving at Inclusive Direction’s newly opened therapy centre and early intervention program for children with autism, the family of Port Pirie toddler Jace Kirby witnessed significant improvements in his communication and behaviour.
 
In July three-year old Jace, together with his parents Rebecca and Karl and his brothers Aiden and Leo, became the first South Australian family to use Inclusive Directions’ new Flinders Therapy House at St Mary’s.
 
“It was extremely emotional for us,’’ his mother Ms Blight said. “Within a few days of attending the House we could see improvements and he was saying new words and has been responding to tasks.’’
 
Jace was diagnosed with autism last year. His communication skills are limited, his speech incoherent and he has limited ability to make eye contact or recognise the presence of others. To read more about Jace’s story
Within days of arriving at Inclusive Direction’s newly opened therapy centre and early intervention program for children with autism, the family of Port Pirie toddler Jace Kirby witnessed significant improvements in his communication and behaviour.
 
In July three-year old Jace, together with his parents Rebecca and Karl and his brothers Aiden and Leo, became the first South Australian family to use Inclusive Directions’ new Flinders Therapy House at St Mary’s.
 
“It was extremely emotional for us,’’ his mother Ms Blight said. “Within a few days of attending the House we could see improvements and he was saying new words and has been responding to tasks.’’
 
Jace was diagnosed with autism last year. His communication skills are limited, his speech incoherent and he has limited ability to make eye contact or recognise the presence of others. To read more about Jace’s story:-
http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/autism-early-intervention-program-expanded/story-fni6uo1m-1227484430277  http://www.everyaustraliancounts.com.au/improvements-for-jace-thanks-to-ndis-early-intervention/

The House will see South Australian children living with autism and their families gain much needed and improved access to one of the State’s few evidence-based early intervention programs including possible access to the program via the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
 
Inclusive Directions Flinders Therapy House opened its doors in July and will have its official opening on September 17.

Thank you AHA-SA
 


Inclusive Directions would like to thank the Australian Hotels Association (SA) for their support of Inclusive Directions Flinders Therapy House. Their contribution will mean a lot to families and children living with autism.
 
If your business or organisation would like to lend their support, contact Anthony Cecere, our Manager – Partnerships & Initiatives, who would be pleased to discuss opportunities with you. He can be contacted on 08 8165 2900.  http://www.directions.org.au/our-partners/

 
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