There are many organisations and individuals who work hard to make a positive difference to the lives of those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). These people make a major contribution either to one or a number of individuals, or to the whole community, through their work and support of Victorians who have ASD and their families.
Nominations are now open.
The Amaze Awards for Service to the ASD Community are being made in six categories:
- Award for Individual Achievement/Future Leader
- Emerging Researcher Award
- Volunteer Award
- Educator of Excellence Award
- Patronage (Business Partnership) Award
- Award for Exemplary Service to ASD Community
- Nominations Close: Friday 30 May 2014
- Presentation of Awards: Thursday 7 August 2014
The Awards will be presented at the Gala Dinner at the Victorian Autism Conference 2014. All short-listed nominees will be notified and invited to the dinner.
Who can make a nomination?
Anyone may nominate an individual or organisation using the online nomination form below: nominations in multiple categories are permitted, but a separate nomination must be made for each category.
Before submitting your nomination, you must ensure that you have the permission of the nominee to nominate them and to provide their details and supporting information. Once the nomination is submitted, no further changes are permitted.
Amaze reserves the right to use information submitted for the promotion of the awards.
We urge you to nominate a person or organisation that has made a difference to you or to a loved one.
Nominations will be assessed by the Judging Panel based on the information provided in the nomination. A shortlist of nominations will be made from the entries received and the award will go to the individual or organisation that the Judging Panel determines most aptly fits the criteria.
If you have any questions about the Awards, please contact the Marketing Team: 9657 1624 or firstname.lastname@example.org