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Media Release – Farewell to Our General Manager

It is with a mix of sadness and gratitude that the Board of Directors of the Luke Priddis Foundation announce the resignation of General Manager Tamara Van Antwerpen. Tamara joined […]


School Holiday Sessions for REAL Social Inclusion and Opportunity

July School holidays if bringing Robotics back to the LPF Centre for Autism. Think robots are cool? So do we! Social Interaction, group participation and self-confidence will help us achieve […]


LPF / PCYC team up for Social Fitness

We are beyond excited to announce the launch of our FANTASTIC new group, Social Fitness.   We have been working towards this for some time, and we know many parents […]


Annual Spring Ball – Saturday October 20th

  You’ll be bouncing with excitement at the Luke Priddis Foundation Spring Ball! Our annual ball is ALWAYS a night to remember and this year will be no different. With […]


LPF & WSW Kickstart ASD Soccer Clinic

The Western Sydney Wanderers, in conjunction with the LPF, will be running school holiday clinics for children with ASD or ASD like symptoms. These clinics will have higher staffing rations […]


Term 4 – School Readiness Program!

The Luke Priddis Foundation allied health team are excited to introduce our first multidisciplinary school readiness group for Term 4. This group has been created for children aged 4 – […]


The Transitional Journey – ASD Forum.

Luke Priddis Foundation and Ability Links in association with Autism STEP Aust present “The Transitional Journey” – Autism Information Seminars for people with lived experience of autism including carers, parents, […]


LPF Annual General Meeting

This years Luke Priddis Foundation general meeting was conducted on Monday night at the Mission Australia premises in Kingswood. All board members were in attendance and have re-elected for the […]


Media Release: Autistic parents have deep concerns about recommendations from ‘expert’ panel

Autistic Family Collective, a group convened by autistic adults to advocate with autistic children, is pleased to note that the ECEI report published by the NDIA has not incorporated the […]


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NDIA announce first nationally-consistent approach to early childhood early-intervention

For the first time, a nationally-consistent approach to supporting children with developmental delay or disability will exist with the release today of the National Disability Insurance Scheme’s (NDIS) Early Childhood […]


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