The Centre for U and AMAZE have formed a strategic partnership to increase awareness of autism and provide ETU members and their families access to educational support services.
Amaze is a charity, non-profit organisation and the peak body for autistic people and their families in Victoria.
Amaze builds autism understanding in the community, influences policy change for autistic people and their families/supporters, and provides independent, credible information and resources to individuals, families, professionals, government and the wider community.
Amaze’s national autism helpline, Autism Connect, provides independent and expert information over phone, email, webchat and a searchable online directory. You can speak to an advisor 8am to 7pm, Monday to Friday.
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The year-long partnership between the ETU, the Centre for U, and The Fathering Project will support ETU members in their fathering journey. Members will have access to workshops, fathering resources full of strategies and tips and establishing an ETU Dad’s Group for fathers to connect.
About The Fathering Projects
The Fathering Project is the leading social purpose organisation working in over 400 communities across Australia, changing children’s lives by providing programs and resources, tools and support for fathers, father-figures, schools, community organisations and corporates. The Fathering Project works to help dads recognise and relate to their important role as a father and equip them to be the best they can be for their children. More effective fathers and father-figures means a generation of kids with happier, healthier futures. It’s all about the children, studies show that improved fathering can influence a number of positive outcomes across the board including, improved child development, school results, health outcomes and reduces substance abuse, suicide and crime and bullying behaviours, to name a few.
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