Assessments & Behaviour Interventions (ABi) is a leading not-for-profit organisation that provides family focused intervention programs that are effective and affordable for young children with a disability and their families.
ABi delivers programs with a strong focus on quality and best practice that are tailored to suit individual family needs and priorities to achieve real outcomes. We empower families with knowledge and strategies to support their child's learning and development across all environments to allow them to reach their full potential.
ABi programs are founded on the evidence-based principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). ABA is the process of using behavioural principles to create practical and socially significant change. Using ABA, we recognise and build upon your child's skills to enhance their learning and development whilst identifying and reducing the behaviours that interfere with learning.
ABi is looking for an experience full-time Team Leader.
Position location: based at the Norwest office with client delivery across the Metropolitan North of Sydney.
Employment term: Full-time position for a 12-month contract.
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If you are looking to join a passionate and dedicated team of educators, behaviour therapists and allied health professionals who have the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of families facing the challenges of Autism and other related disorders, then look no further. ABi is an organisation that prides itself in providing high quality services based on evidence-based practices. Plenty of learning and development opportunities are available.
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The Western Sydney Vocational Support Network would like to invite you and your child to the Post School Options EXPO. The transition from school to the next environment is a stressful time for young people and their families. The aim of the expo is to provide information on as many local services available to assist young people with support needs, hoping to give you as much choice as possible for the future.
Over 30 service providers will have stalls, so come along and speak to as many providers as you like.
Where: The Ballroom, Blacktown Workers Club: 55 Campbell Street, BLACKTOWN
When: 12:00pm - 6:30pm, Tuesday, 16th June 2015