We are strong, exciting, loud and proud and we invite you to partner with us to do things differently
Our partnerships ensure we can reach more people in need of services and that awareness can be spread to a wide net of sectors. They are an integral part in how Spectrum Space engages with the wider community and the key to driving social change in how autism is perceived.
Our partnerships also enable us to deliver our services and continue to explore new areas for engagement and support. We invest in skills development and invite the corporate sector to partner with us to do things differently.
We partner with organisations from a wide range of sectors including employers, government agencies, educational institutions and community groups.
We always look for innovative ways to connect with all sections of the community. Contact us to see how we can partner together to achieve exciting things.
Autism CRC and Spectrum Space began a partnership in 2015 to enable Spectrum Space to contribute to the national research centre. Since then, Spectrum Space has contributed to research into several aspects of the CRC’s work, including contributing to co-participation.
We offer space to Be My Koorda, the only organisation in Western Australia delivering culturally appropriate services to Aboriginal children with autism.
Together with our research partner Curtin University we have validated the strengths-based approach around using strengths as an evidence based intervention for young people with autism. Click here to view the report.
Spectrum Space helped seed fund the Curtin Specialist Mentoring Program (CSMP), a peer support mentoring program specifically designed for students with an autism spectrum or related condition. CSMP mentors help guide and support their mentees to reach their academic, employment and personal goals. CSMP also provides a weekly social group during the semester to help develop friendships and enhance students’ sense of belonging at Curtin.
Spectrum Space has partnered with Harrier Group to deliver training and awareness to organisations on how to successfully employ individuals with autism. Together we developed the Neurodiversity Online Assessment Tool, a free resource helping employers gauge how autism friendly their workplace is.
We also engage with lovely people from a wide range of organisations who all support us in a variety of ways to help deliver our services:
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