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    Default Autism specific childcare in Vic?

    Hi, where can I find autism specific childcare in Vic? that doesn't cost $70k a year?

    Please help.

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    Truly I have no idea. I didn't even know such a thing existed. My son goes to a normal daycare but he has an aid which is a big help. Have you looked into that?

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    Latrobe uni has a childcare for special needs. Wait list is so long that my son is in grade 2 this year and still weren't called.

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    Google : Latrobe uni autism child care:
    Sorry I can't link it. Latrobe has a general childcare to, to not be confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mysweetboy View Post
    Truly I have no idea. I didn't even know such a thing existed. My son goes to a normal daycare but he has an aid which is a big help. Have you looked into that?

    we are in the waiting list for an aide. Does the aide help him to learn? What does the aide do? I read about intensive ABA will help the child. I can't afford ABA childcare, like Little Learners. So thinking of fly to Adelaide to learn ABA from Flinders uni too.

    very worried

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    Quote Originally Posted by ummi View Post
    Latrobe uni has a childcare for special needs. Wait list is so long that my son is in grade 2 this year and still weren't called.

    i read on the website that they only have 10 places?.........and they are currently filled?.........

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    Was thinking of moving to QLD to attend this: AEIOU

    after signing over the $6k and carer's money, shouldn't be much out of pocket.
    https://aeiou.org.au/fee-calculator


 

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