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Medicare changes to Autism Diagnosis
There was an important change to Medicare on the 1st March 2023 that you need to know about, and share with your networks. A …
Protecting Your Privacy as an NDIS Participant
How much information should service providers have about NDIS Participants? NDIS Providers do NOT have the right to see your / your child’s NDIS …
Tips for an Autism-friendly Christmas
Christmas Day is another challenging time for many autistic kids. Routine has disappeared, families go to unexpected places or have unexpected visitors. It’s crowded, …
Tips for Helping Autistic Kids Cope with Term 4
Term 4 is notoriously difficult for autistic students. Routines have changed, classrooms are noisy with excited, tired students (and staff) and all sorts of …
Welcome to SWAN
The South West Autism Network (SWAN) is a not for profit, charitable organisation supporting autistic individuals and their families living 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, Harvey and Donnybrook.
SWAN is working to improve acceptance and inclusion of autistic children, teens and adults in our community, empowering people through improved access to information, resources, training and support services.
SWAN aims to empower autistic people and people with disability in south west WA and beyond.
Meet our team of people with disability and family members of people with disability.