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Autism Behavioural lntervention Queensland (ABIQ) was formed to enhance the treatment of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).  We promote the use of evidence-based treatment of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA).

ABIQ provides a parent helpline and email support to families of children with autism at all ages and stages of life.  We help families with advocacy issues at school.  As parents of children with autism we understand the 24 hour demand of being a parent of a child with autism.  We understand the emotional stress and daily life challenges that you face.  Please contact us if you need any advice, assistance or emotional support.

ABIQ believes that families of children with ASD deserve to receive quality, early intervention.


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0491 133 658

PO Box 7053
Brendale QLD
Australia 4500


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.