Autism CRC Apps for Autism Hackathon

Calling all change makers! Autism CRC aims to translate our research into products and interventions which can make a practical difference in the lives of individuals on the autism spectrum. The hackathon will involve teams of people with diverse skills coming together to transform CRC research into app prototypes. We’re looking for people on the spectrum who might be interested in joining the teams to ensure the apps developed are relevant to, and appropriate for, the autistic and broader autism communities.
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Autism CRC 2016 Art Prize - Voting now open!

We have received some amazing artwork in the Autism CRC 2016 Art Prize. Voting is now open.
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Building leadership skills and capacity for young autistic adults.

Autism CRC is very excited to announce that a research project is underway to evaluate the highly successful Future Leaders Program. Established and conducted in conjunction with the 2013 Asia Pacific Autism Conference (APAC), the Future Leaders Program supported participants to develop self-advocacy skills and make a significant contribution to the Conference. The research evaluation will be led by Ms Tori Haar, an alumni of the 2013 Future Leaders Program and a member of the Autism CRC Research Academy.
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Making Peer Research Work – resources to support inclusive research practice released!

Autism CRC is committed to engaging individuals on the spectrum and their families throughout the research process. A range of resources have been developed to support researchers and the autistic community to participate meaningfully in peer research.
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Technology helping all students in the classroom

Anne Ozdowska is completing her PhD through Autism CRC in the Education Research Program at the Queensland University of Technology. She has developed an app to inclusively support children on the spectrum in the classroom.
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