Child Care News for Parents & Carers
May 26, 2021
Welcome, this week learn about Canberra's first purpose built autism hub for children under six and how the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program supports parents when tensions are high.
Early learning programs for children with autism
Autism affects one in 100 Australians, and although we don't know what causes this neurodevelopmental condition, the benefits of early intervention are well established in helping children overcome its disabling aspects.

Autism-specific early intervention can make a real difference to young children's development by providing the individualised support to develop a child's skills and facilitate meaningful participation within the community.

AEIOU Foundation is a leading provider of early intervention programs for children with autism, and they're about to open Canberra's first purpose-built autism hub for under sixes.

Here, we speak with Enia Alberto, AEIOU Canberra Regional Manager, to see how AEIOU is supporting toddlers and preschoolers with autism, both in the nation's capital and elsewhere in Australia.
A spotlight on the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program
Despite our best intentions, parenting isn't always easy.

It can be hard to stay cool, calm and collected in the midst of a morning rush or a midnight meltdown, and when challenging behaviours strike, many parents feel upset, uncertain or simply overwhelmed.

Fortunately, help is at hand. The research-based Triple P – Positive Parenting Program is free for Queensland families, available across Australia, and it has helped over four million children and parents around the world to feel better, find good routines, and set rules that really work.

To learn more about positive parenting strategies, we spoke with Triple P's International Country Director, Carol Markie-Dadds.
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