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Supporting your Mental Health and Wellbeing at Autism SA
At Autism SA we offer a range of services to improve quality of life and wellbeing.
Our services can help autistic people and their families with:
- Emotional regulation
- Social and emotional wellbeing
- Stress and anxiety
- Organisational skills
- Executive functioning skills
- Work-related skills
- Employment or relationship concerns
- Conflict resolution
- Life transitions
- Building skills and confidence in communication, self-care, social interactions, and independent living skills.
Positive Behaviour Support
Positive Behaviour Support aims to improve quality of life by decreasing behaviours of concern, teaching new skills, and creating environments that people can engage in activities that bring them joy.
Autistic individuals of all ages can benefit from psychological therapy, with skill development and support in a range of areas such as emotional regulation, social and emotional wellbeing, stress and anxiety and so much more.
As an individual navigates different stages of their life, they may experience emotional and psychological challenges associated with these transitions. Psychological assessments can provide valuable information about their skills, strengths, and areas for development.
The Autism SA Social Work team delivers unbiased and person-centred support to assist individuals and families in managing complexities in their environment, and supports autistic individuals to meet their goals.
Counselling can help autistic individuals to gain new personal insight and understanding, bring relief from many different issues by providing an opportunity to express thoughts and feelings, and teach new ways of solving problems.
How can I access these services?
To learn more and to register your interest, please contact the intake team on 8379 6976 or email email@example.com.
Autism SA is accredited and registered as a provider through the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA). This means that you can pay for services at Autism SA with your NDIS funding, or you may pay yourself, through fee for service.