RECENT CORRESPONDENCE

    Following the unsatisfactory meeting in April with David Bartlett, ATAC has entered into correspondence with both Federal and State Government representatives.

    You will find links on this page to all the correspondence sent by ATAC, and links to the attachments sent with that correspondence.

    To date, we have not had any definite response to the arguments presented to the Governments concerned.

    ATAC firmly believes that issues concerning the education of our children MUST become major issues for all governments and governmental bodies.

    We welcome any feedback and/or input from you all.

    LIST OF CORRESPONDENCE

  • Letter to John Lennon, Premier of Tasmania 9 April 2008
    Sent following Unproductive Meeting with David Bartlett, Minister for Education     Word file Alternative format

  • Initial Letter to Bill Shorten
    Sent Prior to May 7 Meeting     Word file Alternative format
       Attachment 1. Original Letter to Paul Lennon [Same as item 1]
       Attachment 2 ATAC Proposal for Early Childhood Intervention Centre [pdf file]     Word file Alternative format
  • Second Letter to Bill Shorten
    Letter from ATAC following meeting of 7 May 2008    Word Doc Alternative Word format
        Attachment 1 M-Chat - Instructions and Permissions
        Attachment 2 Scoring of M-Chat
        Attachment 3 Best Practice Link to Detailed Document Setting Out Best
        Practice Guidelines for Screening and Assessment of Autsitic Spectrum
        Disorders     Word Word Doc
  • Second Letter to Lennon [following conversation with Diane Lewin, Premier's Office
    Sent May 26, Day Lennon Resigned as Premier. All attachments sent with second letter to Bill Shorten also sent.     Word file Alternative format

    STOP PRESS
    ATAC has just recently received a response to our second letter to the Premier's Office. Mr Bartlett has written to ATAC in his new capacity as Premier of Tasmania.
    HERE ARE LINKS TO THE PDF AND WORD FILES OF THIS CORRESPONDENCE

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