Autism Spectrum Disorder is a lifelong developmental condition that can affect the way a person relates to the world around them and how they interact with others. Symptoms usually appear in early childhood, however sometimes people are diagnosed later in life.
Each person is unique and will require different levels of support. Some areas of difficulty could be social communication and interaction, repetitive behaviours and preference to routine. Some individuals may also experience sensitivity to sensory experiences – sound, smell, sights, smells and tastes.
People with autism can see the world differently and can develop a strong interest in topics or subjects, which allows them to create amazing ideas.
MCM is passionate about offering quality autism resources and support for parents and carers.
We provide several services aimed at children, as well as programs specifically designed for adults with autism.
Support services include social and community support groups, assistance at home, support coordination and more.
To learn more about the resources and assistance that is available to you, please contact us on 1800 343 287.
You can also read further information on a selection of services below.
Early childhood intervention services support children’s development, learning and wellbeing from birth to school age.
If someone you care for is presenting behaviours of concern, positive behaviour support may help.
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