Skip to content

Central Australian Aboriginal Congress

Nature of clinic

FASD assessment clinic, Child development unit/service

Range of health professionals at the clinic

Paediatrician, Neuropsychologist, Speech Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, Child Health Nurse, Aboriginal Family Support Worker, Clinical Care Coordinator

Type of services provided at the clinic

Assessment, Initial management, Ongoing management

Where referrals are accepted from

General Practitioners, Paediatricians, Other medical specialists, Psychologists, Allied health professionals, Families, Child protection services, Education Departments, Justice Departments

How the clinic bills

Aboriginal Medical Service - no fee

Ages that the clinic provides services for

0 - 4 years, 5 - 11 years, 12 - 18 years

FASD experience and training

The Child and Youth Assessment and Treatment Service (CYATS) at Central Australian Aboriginal Congress commenced in April 2018. CYATS offers assessment and treatment to children suspected of FASD or other neurodevelopmental disorder. Children diagnosed with FASD are able to access speech and occupational therapy interventions from the CYATS team, post diagnosis. FASD data is provided to the Australian Paediatric Surveillance Unit (APSU) via our partnership with Alice Springs Hospital Paediatricians. CYATS clinicians and support staff have all attended local FASD professional development both in the past and throughout 2019.


Return to services directory

Contact

Page last updated 29 April 2020