Learning For Life

Learning For Life
Learning For Life
25-27 High St, Kew, 3101

L4Life is a not-for-profit organisation whose purpose is to support autistic and other neurodivergent children to develop skills that promote independence and choice.  We are driven by wanting children with autism to have access to the best educational start possible and for them to remain educationally, socially and emotionally engaged as they transition through their preschool, primary and secondary school years, and beyond.

Our mission:

Provide children with high quality services underpinned by Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) regardless of their financial and social circumstances

  • Conduct research that informs our service delivery
  • Build awareness and understanding of autism, neurodiversity and best practice ABA

Ages Supported

Pre-school through to 18 years

Home or Centre Based
Home, School
Pre-School/ School Consultations
Yes, Pre-School, Primary, Secondary
Social Skills Groups/ School Transition

The Secret Agent Society Social Skills Program is delivered at our centre at 25-27 High Street South, Kew. Given that SAS is a highly flexible program that can be adapted to a school’s broader needs, we also offer it to schools.
SAS teaches children crucial skills, including how to:

Recognise emotions in themselves and others;
Express feelings in appropriate ways;
Start, continue and end conversations and play activities with others;
Cope with feelings of anger and anxiety;
Tell the difference between friendly joking and mean teasing;
Manage bullying;
Cope with making mistakes; and
Handle new situations and ask for help when needed.

Psychology, counselling, behaviour support, Skills support - school, work, life, Social activities, Speech therapy
NDIS Registered Provider
Psychological Assessments/ Consultations
Multi-disciplinary teams Speech/OT

As part of our holistic approach to supporting clients and families, Learning for Life is offers evidence-based speech pathology services. Our speech pathology service is available for children up to the age of 7 years old or for children who are already enrolled in a L4Life program, up to the age of 16.

Our speech pathologist works alongside other allied health professionals involved in a child’s program, supporting a multidisciplinary approach and working towards the child’s goals as a part of a team. L4Life’s speech pathology services include assessments and intervention within the following areas; speech, language and multimodal communication.

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