Four Directions Autism aims to improve Indigenous children with special needs, developmental disabilities, and autism spectrum disorder quality of life.
We encourage equal access to health and medical services by ensuring accurate application to NIHB and Jordan’s Principle services. We provide information and referrals for free to Indigenous households to connect them with direct billing providers for services and equipment.
We provide competency training and consultations to organizations, not-for-profits, non-governmental organizations, charities, social enterprises, governments, and academic researchers with terms of reference or our standard rate.
We are hirable for research and partnership opportunities for qualitative, qualitative, and mixed-method analysis. In addition, we offer Indigenous Program Design, Indigenous Program Evaluation, jurisdictional scans, and Indigenous Case Analysis. Our studies can include up to 500 participants.