Where everything’s
fun and anything
is possible

Juju is the hero behind the Good Juju Cafe. She is paving the way for others to follow in her footsteps. She stands in the value that anything is possible.

Diagnosed with severe autism at the age of 2, Juju has worked tirelessly for more than 15 years, with the use of Behaviour Science and Precision Teaching, to learn to speak, make friends, go to school and to take care of herself and now to open her own cafe; one day she will teach others with autism to work with her, to show the world that anything’s possible with Behaviour Science.

Surround yourself with Good Juju!

Juju has the gift of surrounding herself with people that have believed in her.

Special thanks to Juju’s amazing family; the extraordinary staff of St Hilda’s Girls’ School; her athletic coaches Bec and Danny; her mates at Kinetic Track Squad; Perth Wake Park; Banana Skins Hairdressers; Mandurah Jet Ski Hire; Adventure World; and Bonney’s Water Ski Park.

You’ve all helped share the Good Juju we look for in life.

Mandy Mason

Juju’s mum
Board certified behaviour analyst director,
fit learning Australia

The science behind Good Juju

Over 350,000 people in Australia have a diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Juju is one of those 350,000. Juju also has an intellectual disability that is true for approximately 1/3rd of people with autism. People with ASD have different ways of learning, moving, and paying attention.

While obtaining a diagnosis can be devastating for the family, there is enormous hope if families receive the right level of support for their child.

Juju had 16 years of intervention before opening her cafe. At Good Juju, we apply the same science of learning and precision teaching that helped her build skills to allow her to communicate, adapt to life changes and learn to make friends. We can’t wait to welcome more team members at Good Juju in the near future.