Senate Inquiry report released - we welcome a commitment to inclusive education for students with autism

The Cooperative Research Centre for Living with Autism (Autism CRC) welcomes all recommendations made by the Senate Inquiry today into the education of children with a disability. The Report, Access to real learning: the impact of policy, funding and culture on students with disability, clearly highlights the importance of teacher training and inclusive interventions necessary for students on the autism spectrum to access the curriculum and succeed in the school environment.
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2015 Wrap - The Year in Numbers

From all of us at Autism CRC, we wish you a very safe and happy holiday season. As 2015 comes to a close, we have reviewed the year in numbers.
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2016 Call for Innovation and Utilisation Projects

The 2016 Investment Round is now open for Innovation and Utilisation Projects. All applications are due 1 March, 2016 and more information can be found in the relevant application forms here.
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Autism CRC and Amaze announce new partnership

The Cooperative Research Centre for Living with Autism (Autism CRC) is pleased to announce that Amaze (formerly Autism Victoria) has become a Participant within the CRC. As the peak organisation supporting the autism community in Victoria, a partnership with Amaze is an important element in our national framework. Amaze will join 50 Participants, across Australia and internationally, working collaboratively to transform the lives of people living with autism.
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Dr Wenn Lawson becomes a partner in the CRC

Autism CRC is very pleased to engage Dr Wenn Lawson as a Participant within the CRC. Dr Lawson is a psychologist who has specialised in training for autism spectrum conditions for over 20 years. Autism CRC aims to provide evidence-based, practical tools to make a difference in the lives of people on the autism spectrum. Formalising a partnership with Dr Lawson will enhance our ability to achieve this mission, particularly in the areas of adult health and wellbeing, and research co-production.

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