Welcome to the Australian Association of Special Education (AASE)
AASE is a broad-based non-categorical association concerned with all who have special education needs
News from AASE
Call for survey participants – Current practice and future needs of professionals involved in evaluating wellbeing and identifying mental health problems in young people with complex communication needs
2023 AASE Research Award Criteria and Information Packs Released
The 2023 AASE Research Award Criteria and Information Packs are now released.
2021 AASE Research Award
AASE NSW – Sydney University Consortium Disability Research Agenda
AASE Queensland presents: Evidence based practice for students impacted by trauma (Online)
Simone is deeply passionate about supporting children with complex trauma and has
completed her doctorate research investigating the barriers and enablers for mainstream classroom teachers to
engage with professional development and trauma informed classroom pedagogy. She has had a varied career
working with children and young people in school, residential facilities, complex care settings and out-of-home care
with foster and kinship carers. Simone has worked as a team leader, program coordinator, and program manager in
child protection and currently runs her own consultancy business supporting children with complex trauma, their
families, and communities.
AASE WA Chapter – Supporting Student Engagement through Systematic Observation
It is widely recognized that student engagement plays a pivotal role in effective learning.
Regardless of the learning context or individual challenges, fostering engagement is crucial for all students.
AASE Patron – Chris Varney
Chris is a passionate and dedicated ambassador for people on the Autism Spectrum. Click here to read more about his efforts towards a better life for people on the Autism Spectrum.
Each Australian state and territory has its own AASE chapter
Choose one of the links below to find out more about the local chapter, read their latest news, meet their executive, and find out when they meet.