Welcome to Homebase Hope

Homebase Hope is a place to foster hope, create a driving vision for healthier habits at home, and above all to enable mothers to feel empowered, not passive in the intervention process. It is a place to encourage and motivate mothers to strive towards their own health and fitness goals to better equip you to face life’s daily challenges. We all travel a different road, but we all desire the same destination: a safe, healthy & vibrant home base.

We believe

We need the courage and curiosity to question and challenge what is currently accepted about autism.

To look at the body as a whole to see the bigger picture.

To embrace a broader framework which blends traditional therapy and natural common sense lifestyle approaches.

We believe in YOUR ability to make a difference from homebase.

We believe in the innate, untapped potential of YOUR CHILD.

We want to create a friendly, non-judgemental network of Aussie mums who have a child with autism. A space to share information, inspiration and motivation to make life all it can be for you and your child.

Subscribe & never miss an update

Join our free newsletter and we’ll arm you with ‘whole child’ strategies you can use today!

Join the Homebase Hope Network

A friendly, non-judgemental network of Aussie mums who have a child with autism. A space to share information, inspiration and motivation to make life all it can be for you and your child.

RECENT POSTS

Autism and My Appreciation of Life

Dear Fellow Mum on the Autism Journey… life is definitely not all easy though. I miss being able going to the park while the kids play and enjoy a coffee. He is a runner and my eyes at all times while we are out and about must be on him. I miss that at the age of 4.5 yrs he has still not called me Mum. I miss being able to go out for dinner and not be on edge the whole time, sitting still is not his strong point.

READ MORE

You Don’t Need To Know Everything About Autism

Dear Fellow Mum on the Autism Journey, ……. When Clay was born, right from the get go he had issues we now know are part of him being autistic. He couldn’t latch on while breastfeeding. He was the quietest, happiest baby though. At six months he struggled to transition to solids. We had to attend a feeding clinic for me to learn how to introduce solids to him.

READ MORE

Motherhood – You Can’t Pour From An Empty Cup

Motherhood is a journey. We must navigate through the peaks and the valleys. We must realise that self-care is not selfish – it’s a non-negotiable. And we must realise that we cannot pour from an empty cup. So in order to look after your loved ones, you must first look after you.

READ MORE

Autism and My Appreciation of Life

Dear Fellow Mum on the Autism Journey… life is definitely not all easy though. I miss being able going to the park while the kids play and enjoy a coffee. He is a runner and my eyes at all times while we are out and about must be on him. I miss that at the age of 4.5 yrs he has still not called me Mum. I miss being able to go out for dinner and not be on edge the whole time, sitting still is not his strong point.

READ MORE

You Don’t Need To Know Everything About Autism

Dear Fellow Mum on the Autism Journey, ……. When Clay was born, right from the get go he had issues we now know are part of him being autistic. He couldn’t latch on while breastfeeding. He was the quietest, happiest baby though. At six months he struggled to transition to solids. We had to attend a feeding clinic for me to learn how to introduce solids to him.

READ MORE

Motherhood – You Can’t Pour From An Empty Cup

Motherhood is a journey. We must navigate through the peaks and the valleys. We must realise that self-care is not selfish – it’s a non-negotiable. And we must realise that we cannot pour from an empty cup. So in order to look after your loved ones, you must first look after you.

READ MORE

HOMEBASE HOPE PODCAST

Want to add new tools to your homebase toolkit?

Join our free newsletter and we will arm you with ‘whole child’ strategies you can use today!

Send this to a friend