The South West Autism Network (SWAN) is a not for profit, charitable organisation supporting individuals and families living with Autism Spectrum Disorders in the beautiful south west region of Western Australia.

Our members are spread from Australind to Augusta, inland to Bridgetown, Manjimup and everywhere in between - including Eaton, Bunbury, Busselton, Dunsborough, Metricup, Cowaramup, Karridale, Margaret River, Collie and Donnybrook.

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New phone number: 0499 819 038
Mobile signal is patchy - please email to request a phone call back if you can't get through. Apologies for the inconvenience.

Thanks to the generosity of Greg and Kathy Walsh, and the support of Busselton Seventh Day Adventist Church, SWAN will soon have a new home to enable us to provide more support. In the meantime, please contact us for support or to arrange a meeting.

SWAN is working to improve acceptance and inclusion of children, teens and adults with Autism in our community, through improved access to information, resources, training and support services.

Services we provide:

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SWAN are a registered charity - all donations of $2.00 or more are tax deductible. We receive no government funding, and rely primarily on volunteers and donations from our community to support our members.

Membership of SWAN is free of charge, with two types of membership available:

SWAN Family Membership
for individuals and/or families with a loved one diagnosed or going through the assessment process for Autism.

Friends of SWAN Membership
for community members and professionals with an interest in learning more about Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Thank you to our sponsors and community for their invaluable support:

Past Sponsors:

Should you have any queries or would like further information, please contact us

NDIS Workshops

07 February 2019

NDIS Workshops

* NDIS 101 - Understanding the NDIS
* Using Your NDIS Plan
Bunbury & Busselton workshops

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