Director’s Report

News from the Margot Prior Wing (ASELCC – Vic) Update – December 2016

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The end of the year is approaching fast, and we have been preparing our children, families and other supporters for the transition into other settings and activities next year.  It has been a big year for the children at the centre: it’s a pleasure to look back on the year and see how much they have achieved.

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Director’s Report – September 2016

Lachlan Burnside (OTARC), Mike Burnside (Salesforce), Melinda Denham (OTARC), Prof Cheryl Dissanayake (OTARC) and Dr Josephine Barbaro (OTARC)

We were thrilled that ASDetect won both the Victorian state iAward and the National iAward for Research and Development Project of the Year, from a field of over 600 entrants. And we weren’t the only autism project honoured: 11 year old Hamish Finlayson won the Junior Students category with his app, Triple T: ASD and me. Pictured above: Lachlan Burnside (OTARC), Mike Burnside (Salesforce), Melinda Denham (OTARC), Prof Cheryl Dissanayake (OTARC) and Dr Josephine Barbaro (OTARC).

Welcome to the Spring edition of Another Piece!

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New Appointments – August & September 2016

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OTARC Folk Out & About – July to September 2016

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Media Activities – July to September 2016

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OTARC Events – Grandparent Morning & Research Focus Afternoon 2016

9 September

OTARC hosted two events as part of our commitment to disseminate our research findings to the community. These sessions are held every two years and consist of research presentations and lengthy Q&A opportunities.

Grandparents send well wishes to Mrs Olga Tennison.

Grandparents send well wishes to Mrs Olga Tennison.

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OTARC Event: Autism Employment Workshop

8 June

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OTARC Event: Drawtism Afternoon

15 July

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News from the Margot Prior Wing (ASELCC – Vic) – Sept 2016

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The Victorian Autism Specific Early Learning and Care Centre (ASELCC) at La Trobe University continues to evolve. Our previous coordinator, Ed Duncan, has moved on to work with the NDIA, so we look forward to working with him more in his new role. Continue reading