Camp Autism WA

So you have been through the process of having your child diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum.  What now?

There is a lot of support and help in the community but sometimes it can be hard to find the right help for you and your family.  We hope that some of the links below will help you on your journey to find the best therapies, support and information.
If you have any links that you think would help other families please contact us with the link.

Kiind (Formally Kalparrin)

Kiind supports families raising children living with disability, complex condition or developmental concerns including, autism, genetic conditions.

They provide practical assistance, emotional support, connection to other families and help to find the most appropriate services and supports for children, aged from birth to 25 years, and their families.

Their experienced team all have lived experience of raising a child with disability and complex needs. They have extensive knowledge of the health, disability and education systems and help families to find the answers they’re looking for via a range of services:

  • Pathway planning: One-on-one support to help families get connected quickly to other families and the supports and services they need.
  • Parent support groups: Run weekly by experienced facilitators with expert guest speakers on topics of interest to the group.
  • Kiind Families Facebook Network: A private, judgement-free forum through which members can share knowledge, experiences, ask questions and seek advice.
  • Parent coaching: Connecting an experienced Kiind parent to another parent who may be seeking guidance from someone who is further along their child’s disability journey.
  • Hospital support: Assistance for inpatients and outpatients at the Perth Children’s Hospital, including ward visits, emergency care packs, pathway planning, connection to other families.
  • Information, tools and resources: To build knowledge and confidence, enabling parents to advocate successfully on behalf of their children and family.

Kiind is a family-led, independent peer support organisation that has been operating in Western Australia since 1989. They support thousands of families each year and all services remain free-of-charge.

Dr Tony Attwood

This website is a guide for parents, professionals and people with Asperger's Syndrome and their partners.

 On this site you will find issues related to Asperger's Syndrome, resources, resource papers Tony has authored, related topics and Tonys presentation schedule.

South West Australian Network (SWAN)

SWAN is a not for profit, charitable organisation supporting the families living in the beautiful south west region of Western Australia living with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

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Contact Camp Autism WA

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