Aspergers Day 18th February : Celebrating Over 28 Years of Empowering Aspergers
Book your ticket now! Come celebrate with us all
Our truly unique peer-led, for purpose organisation is celebrating Aspergers, celebrating strengths and celebrating 28 years of support. Details about our celebration events are now ready with a breakfast and a comedy night! You can book your ticket here.
Since our establishment in 1991 our model has been under-pinned by the power of peer support and lived experience, delivering sector leading peer programs and services to empower our neurodiverse Aspergers community.
We provide a range of member services across the lifespan from kids to adults, parents and carers, professionals and employers to support discovery of strengths and empower our community:
Groups & Events
Aspergers Victoria has been actively supporting people with Aspergers for the past 25 years. Our services, support and advocacy are provided by a dedicated team of peer volunteers.
Our organisation is overseen by a Board of Management who tirelessly give their time to ensure that services truly reflect the requirements of the Asperger population.
However we need your support - either by way of volunteering, become a member or give a tax deductible donation. Visit our Join Us page for more details or give a donation to support the expenses and training of our Volunteers here
Getting a Diagnosis
Knowing whether to get a diagnosis or knowing what to do once you've received a diagnosis are challenging times, regardless of age or time of life.
Our people all have our own personal experiences of Aspergers and understand what you are going through, with access to knowledge of what may help. It is that lived experience that sets us apart - we're here to help.
Our vision is to create a more inclusive world for Aspergers. We believe that greater understanding and acceptance of Aspergers is critical for Aspergers people to discover meaningful and connected futures, while facilitating individual empowerment.
Our mission is to support all communities to improve their understanding of Aspergers and so empower Aspergers to have the confidence to realise their own strengths, abilities, dreams and ambitions - and discover independence - while managing challenges, across their lives.
We welcome and need volunteer support to deliver our services outlined here
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See our Volunteer webpage for more details or please contact us at:
Thank you to our supporters