For the love of animals

For the love of animals

For the love of animals There’s a little farm in Balnarring on the Mornington Peninsula where an inspirational lady named Michelle, and her donkeys are doing amazing things as they find hidden talents in the many people who come to visit. Michelle has trained her...
You are an AMAZING parent

You are an AMAZING parent

You are an AMAZING parent Do you ever find it fascinating when people post on social media about their amazing kids and then pump their own tyres about how they are incredible parents and so blessed, lucky, blah blah blah!!! Sometimes it’s enough to make me feel sick!...
Girls on the spectrum

Girls on the spectrum

Girls on the spectrum If you have a daughter who has been diagnosed with autism you probably struggled to obtain a diagnosis. The reason for this is because, on average, boys are four times more likely to obtain an autism diagnosis than girls. That is not to say that...
Sensory toys for autism

Sensory toys for autism

Sensory toys for autism Right from the early stages of a child’s life we try to keep them engaged with sensory toys. They can help them developmentally providing them with brain stimulation as they learn about sound, site, taste, touch and smell. Children with autism...
Re-opening of Seaford Hub

Re-opening of Seaford Hub

SASI is excited to announce the re-opening of its refurbishment Seaford HUB. The focus of the HUB will provide 5 key goal based programs to enhance the life of adults with ASD and/other disabilities. Underpinning all programs is the aspect of community engagement and...
Employment on the Spectrum

Employment on the Spectrum

Employment on the Spectrum Finding a job can be difficult enough. Finding a job for someone on the spectrum seems to be ten times more difficult. At the age of 18 my autistic son has only worked a handful of days in his life. I tried to help him to find a part-time...