Welcome to Luke Priddis Foundation

For the thousands of children in Australia with ASD, early intervention services are vital.

These services help our kids learn vital skills like how to talk, read, write, draw, and even how to play with other children. These skills give them a better chance at independence as they grow up.

Simply, the Foundation aims to improve the lives of children with ASD.

In 2017, we opened the LPF Centre for Autism, which offers a multidisciplinary approach to intervention. Click the ‘Centre for Autism’ tab to find out more. The Foundation, and the Centre are located at:

Level 1, 496 High St Penrith

(02)4736 2202

 

COVID-19 Update:

Although our doors may be closed at this time, our lines of communication are always open. We are pleased to still be able to offer services through new means of Telehealth and individually designed home programs.

Social distancing measures and increased cleaning routines have been put in place throughout the centre.

If you or a loved one are needing any support at this time, please reach out to us on 02 4736 2202. We are here to help.

http://www.lifeline.org.au or 13 11 14

http://www.beyondblue.org.au or 1300 22 4636

http://kidshelpline.com.au or 1800 55 1800

Further information and up to date health advise can be found at:

http://www.health.nsw.gov.au

 

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