Internationally acclaimed Clinical Psychologist, Author and Mum, Dr Anne Chalfant, is hosting a free information night for parents on the NDIS.
If you are feeling confused about the NDIS then you are not alone! Allied Health and Medical professionals … Read More
Annie’s Centre is seeking a Clinical Psychologist to join their team of dedicated professionals. You would be working in a team of 10 allied health and early intervention professionals including Clinical Psychologists, Speech Pathologists and Behaviour Therapists. You would operate … Read More
Anyone who has worked in an early intervention centre is familiar with the scene of a parent standing in the waiting room trying to schedule a therapy session. “How is 4pm on Tuesday”, the secretary might say. “Sorry, he goes … Read More
We have some limited spaces available in the Autism Diagnostic Interview (ADI-R) training courses scheduled for the rest of the year, as well as the ADOS-2 Toddler Module workshop.
You might already be aware that new national assessment guidelines are … Read More
ADOS-2 Training Course dates are available on the following dates:
- ADOS-2: Monday 27th March, 2017 to Friday 31st March, 2017 [SOLD OUT]
- ADOS-2: Monday 4th September to Friday 8th September, 2017 [SOLD OUT]
- ADOS-2 Monday 13th November to Friday 17th
Is your child not getting to sleep again? You’re not alone!
Falling asleep can sometimes feel like an impossible dream, especially when you’re onto your 50th rendition of Twinkle, Twinkle or you’ve got your little person’s foot in your … Read More
Annie’s Centre has organised two exciting activities for the upcoming school holiday to help children generalise their social skills.
If you have any further questions or would like to sign up, please do not hesitate to contact Annie’s Centre on … Read More
You wish you understood your child’s temperament. Maybe, not all the time, just in some certain circumstances, like: when you inadvertently destroy their morning by giving them Weetbix when it’s CLEARLY “RICE BUBBLES” DAY! (cue sobbing).
If your first response … Read More