Our team is qualified, professional and committed to the personal development of every child. AEIOU is intent on providing tailored learning programs and supporting each employee’s professional development aims. Employed in a variety of full-time, part-time and casual capacities allows us to ensure our required ratios are met. In addition to our employees, we may also welcome child care students and community volunteers, who hold a Blue Card.

Program Manager - Kerri-Leigh Bacelar

Kerri-Leigh holds a Graduate Diploma in Psychology and is currently undertaking a Masters of Applied Behaviour Analysis through Monash University. 

Before joining AEIOU in 2015, Kerri managed a childcare centre in South Australia, where she worked closely with a child with autism who had made great progress in the AEIOU service. Determined to make a significant difference in the lives of children with autism, she moved to Bundaberg to work with AEIOU. 

Now based on Sunshine Coast, she oversees evidence-based early intervention therapy and care, which works towards developing language, behaviour and essential life skills to give children the best chance to reach their full potential. 

At AEIOU, our people shine

It’s our people who set us apart and, as AEIOU grows, we continue to look for new team members who care about providing a lifetime of opportunities for the young children with autism. If you are great at what you do, and if you want to go home at the end of each day knowing you have made a positive contribution through your work, contact our human resources department today.