New Partnership for Autism CRC and the Autistic Self Advocacy Network of Australia and New Zealand

The Cooperative Research Centre for Living with Autism (Autism CRC) is pleased to announce that the Autistic Self Advocacy Network of Australia and New Zealand (ASAN-AUNZ) has become a Participant within the CRC joining almost 50 Participants across Australia and internationally working together to transform the lives of people living with autism. This is an important partnership to ensure that Autism CRC can support our vision of putting people with the lived experience at the centre of our research.
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Battery World Autism Scholarships 2016 for the Graduate Certificate in Autism Diagnosis

The Battery World Autism Scholarships have been made possible via a generous donation from Battery World to Autism CRC to support clinicians or recent graduates to undertake the Graduate Certificate in Autism Diagnosis. To be eligible for the scholarships, applicants must successfully enrol in the Graduate Certificate, meeting the criteria set by the University of Western Australia. Enrolment is open from 28 September 2015. You can apply for the Battery World Scholarship any time until 8 November.
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Researching Autism Together – Taking inclusive practice to the next level.

Researchers and people on the autism spectrum will learn the skills to be peer researchers at a workshop, to be held in Brisbane October 12 to 16 October 2015. The workshop is being facilitated by the Cooperative Research Centre for living with Autism (Autism CRC) will involve 33 attendees.
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Autism CRC Biobank Launched

Autism CRC has launched the Australian Autism Biobank at the Asia Pacific Autism Conference in Brisbane. The Biobank will be an asset for researchers across Australia and internationally that will contain detailed biological and phenotypic information collected from families where a family member has autism..
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Preliminary Results of the Australian Autism Educational Needs Analysis

The results are in for the Autism CRC Educational Needs Analysis with 1,468 respondents participating in the survey from every state of Australia. The Needs Analysis collected information from some key stakeholder groups including, educators, specialists, parents and students on the autism spectrum. You can read more about the early results of the survey here.
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