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
Have your say - Australia’s first National Guideline for supporting autistic children and their familiesThe Autism CRC has today released the draft version of Australia’s first National Guideline for supporting the learning, participation, and wellbeing of autistic children and their families.
Autism CRC is the independent national source of evidence for best practice in relation to autism across the lifespan and the spectrum. Find out more about our program of work.
Defines the clinical best practice and a new diagnostic standard
Landmark report provides families and clinicians the best opporunity to make informed decisions when choosing interventions
A draft version of the Guideline is now available for community feedback.
Helps autistic young people to take control of their future and prepare for working life.
An evidence-based guide for employers of autistic adults