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
University of Melbourne Ethics Approval #25734 Do you work with young people, aged 10-24, who have complex communication needs (CCN), who don’t use speech, or who use augmentative communication? Do you have a role in identifying if a young person has low wellbeing or...
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
2021 AASE Research Award The AASE Research Award has been established to provide an opportunity for research which can support evidence-based practice in the education of students with special needs. It is funded from contributions by members – teachers, academics,...
AASE NSW – Sydney University Consortium Disability Research Agenda
AASE NSW is part of a Sydney University consortium charged with developing the next national disability research agenda. Information about this can be found at the link below. As this project develops AASE NSW will keep members informed and invite participation as...
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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.