Autism Behavioural Intervention Queensland (ABIQ) Inc. was formed in 1999 to support families who are conducting ABA programs for their children with Autism in Queensland, Australia. ABIQ is a not-for-profit organisation and is overseen by a dedicated management committee.
To provide information about Applied Behaviour Analysis for families who have a child with Autism.
To provide training and education for parents, carers and professionals working with children with Autism by hosting regular workshops and seminars.
To support families who are implementing ABA programs by enabling access to resources such as the ABIQ toy library, ABA resource kits and a book/DVD library.
To provide support through regular family and social events.
To raise awareness of Applied Behaviour Analysis amongst the public and professional sectors as an effective and evidence-based treatment for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
(07) 3266 5656
PO Box 7053
Unit 16, 82 Buckland Rd
ABN: 21 344 641 592
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This web site is intended to provide basic information on Autism Spectrum Disorder and Applied Behaviour Analysis. The information contained in this site is not intended as, nor does it, constitute medical or other advice. Readers are warned not to take any action with regard to medical treatment or otherwise based on the information in this site without first consulting a physician. Autism Behavioural Intervention Queensland (ABIQ) Inc. does not necessarily endorse any of the information contained in this web site. The information contained in this web site is intended to be for your general education and information only and not for use in pursuing any treatment or course of action. Ultimately, the course of action in treating a given patient must be individualised after a discussion with the patient's physician(s) and family.