School Holiday Activities

Annie’s Centre is organising social groups to help children generalise their social skills. Children will meet therapists at the provided locations.

Therapists will take the children through safety regulations that are involved in participation of the activity. Upon completion of … Read More

Theatre Performance – Kaleidoscope

Annie’s Centre is pleased to share information about an autism-friendly performance, “Kaleidoscope”, that is showing at Sydney Festival in January.

The performance is inspired by the experiences of Ethan, a boy who was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome. On stage, Ethan … Read More

Our team has expanded!

We have some exciting news to share – the Psychology team at Annie’s Centre is growing! There are now 6 Psychologists, who are all thrilled to be part of the team! The Psychology team now consists of:

  • Dr Anne Chalfant,
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Is Smacking Smart?

We asked…the kids told:

“It’s naughty to smack” (4 year old boy)

 “Only God is allowed to smack” (6 year old boy)

“It’s wacking someone. You do it when someone is being rude to you. But I never do that…no Read More