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The Learning for Life Autism Centre (L4Life) is a not-for-profit charity proudly supporting autistic and other neurodivergent children to develop skills that promote independence and choice.

Learning For Life Autism Centre

Early Intensive Behavioural Intervention Programs

Our core service for young children (2 years old to school age) with Autism in Melbourne.

Learning For Life Autism Centre

Early Intervention Consultancy

Utilising ABA strategies to support children in their early years of primary school (under 8 years of age).

Learning For Life Autism Centre

School-Age Consultancy

An individualised program which utilises the principles of ABA to support school-aged children (from 5 - 18 years) who are experiencing learning difficulties.

Learning For Life Autism Centre

Social Skills Programs (Secret Agent Society)

An evidence-based, small group social skills program designed to improve the emotional understanding and social skills of autistic children age 8-12 years.

Learning For Life Autism Centre

Standardised Assessments

As part of our Autism support services for children in Melbourne, Learning for Life’s allied health team can conduct standardised assessments.

Learning For Life Autism Centre

Specialist Behaviour Supports

Learning for Life is registered to provide specialist behaviour support services to NDIS participants with Improved Relationships funding.

Inclusion Works

A program to give teachers the independent competence to deliver effective behavioural management strategies to students with autism.

Family Support

Working with current Learning for Life families to provide a holistic approach in their Learning for Life journey.

Client Safety

The Learning for Life Autism Centre is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all clients.

Our Impact


152 programs delivered

in the 2022-23 financial year,76 were school aged consultancy; 35 EIBI; 6 specialist behavioural supports, 30 secret agent society; 28 speech therapy.


13 families

benefitted from Fair Access Intensive Early Intervention Program subsidies


11,229 EIBI hours delivered

Stats from the L4Life 2023 Financial Year
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From fundraising to employment; new programs and services, find out what we're up to and how you can get involved at L4Life.

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Support Learning for Life

Learning for Life relies on the generosity of our community.  Your donation, big or small, will help us overcome the barriers that impact a child's learning and help them reach their goals.

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Work with Us

Work with us towards a world where all autistic and neurodivergent people can thrive and live the life they choose. Find out more about the current positions available at Learning for Life.

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Join Team L4Life and help raise funds to support autistic children and other neurodivergent children to develop skills so they can thrive and live the life they choose.

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L4Life taught Jayden an immeasurable amount of skills that we still use to this day - including supporting Jayden to make choices and to persist when things become challenging. They guided us through the process of going to kinder and school. 
Carly, mum of Jayden (former L4Life family)

Language Use

We acknowledge there are many perspectives and personal preferences regarding the language used to identify people and their disabilities and abilities. We endeavour to show sensitivity and adaptation to the unique needs of individuals to present their identity in a way that is meaningful for them.

In some of our communication it is difficult to reflect all preferences for identification; however, our commitment in personal communications is to respect individual preference. We acknowledge there may be a difference for people in using the terms ‘person with disability’ or ‘disabled person’ and our language is adaptive and flexible, always with the intention of inclusivity.

We use both language conventions interchangeably and therefore refer to both autistic children and children with autism throughout this website and in our communications collateral.

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