Our visionAutistic people empowered to use their diverse strengths and interests
Our missionMotivate, facilitate and translate collaborative autism research, across the life-span and the spectrum, underpinned by inclusive practices
Working together with those with the lived experience of autism in all we do
Delivering new solutions for long-term challenges
Guided by evidence-based research and peer review
Maintaining autonomy and integrity
Bringing benefits to our partners; capturing opportunities they cannot capture alone
- Katharine is a registered Developmental Educator, a Casual Academic at Flinders University, and has served on local and national not-for-profit boards for over 20 years. These include incorporated associations and companies limited by guarantee, in the Disability and Arts industries, and National Disabled People’s Organisations.
Autism CRC’s Essential Participants help shape our programs and share our collective ambition of transforming lives through collaborative research. We are also supported by a large number of Other Participants and Partners who work with us together to translate our research into real, positive benefits for autistic people.