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Supporting children and adults
on the autism spectrum

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Sydney School

Established in 1995, Giant Steps is now recognised as a leading education centre including a range of integral services to meet the needs of our students from 5-18 years.

Melbourne School

Established in 2016, teachers, therapists and educators work with students from 5-18 years on curriculum outcomes within a caring and supportive environment.

Autism is a pervasive development disorder which affects social and communication skills and, to a greater or lesser degree, motor and language skills.

Giant Steps was founded to help educate children and families experiencing autism, to alleviate associated stress and to guide in the achievement of measurable results.

A social enterprise focused on growing and harvesting a variety of plants, herbs and vegetables to provide vocational training and workplace skills for individuals on the autism spectrum.

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Celebrating Giant Steps

Thank you for your ongoing support, especially throughout the pandemic.
We can't do what we do, without you.

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Giant Steps 2023

Our latest video gives a small insight into who we are and what we do.
This is only possible with your support.

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Giant Steps 2022

Take a few minutes to find out why your help is so important to us.
From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.

Giant Steps does not charge fees for our School Programs. While support is provided by the Australian, NSW and Victorian governments, Giant Steps must raise the majority of funds through corporate or individual donations and fundraising events.

Giant Steps Australia is a registered charity and donations are tax deductible.

At Giant Steps we spread a culture of caring and professional excellence through our school and the broader community.

We believe that sharing information and resources is fundamental to developing a shared understanding of best practice in education and therapy services supporting the learning of individuals with Autism.

Teaching the way students learn unlocks boundless opportunities, understanding and appreciation for the unique capabilities within each child.

Providing a central place to share information and resources from the work developed at Giant Steps




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