Learning For Life has continued to provide essential services to children with Autism and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this challenging and unprecedented year, our L4Life staff, children, families, Board and supporters have worked and learned throughout. ‘Good Job Village’ is our end-of-year social campaign to say well done and share a big thank you to these L4Life Village members; it’s about being positive and showing our gratitude with an uplifting message of support for our Village.Read More
In August 2020, Learning for Life held a virtual discussion session for our L4Life parents, revolving around strategies to positively engage with their child/children during ‘lockdown’ and beyond. There was a short presentation by L4Life consultants of the Lovaas Institute, Scott and Linda Wright, followed by a live Q&A.Read More
Claire Taptil and Elisha Mont, two of Learning For Life’s Clinical Supervisors, recently graduated to receive their Masters of Education specialising in in ABA Therapy, from Monash University.Read More
Our yearly Village participation and fundraising event, Run Melbourne, did not go ahead as usual in 2020 under the circumstances of COVID-19. But we still wanted to bring our Team L4Life together (while staying apart) and get moving during the cold and isolated winter. So instead, our community participated in our challenge: L4Life Village in Motion.Read More
In these strange times of COVID-19, many businesses and services have been impacted. So we want to express our gratitude to those businesses and services that have supported us. Over the past 15 years, we have been able to keep our therapy and clinical services running because of their support. Now it’s our turn to reach out and support them.