Our visionAutistic people with quality of life and opportunity
Our missionInitiate, co-produce and translate collaborative research and provide resources for best practice to deliver positive change for autistic people
Our objectivesAutism CRC provides the independent, national capacity to develop and deliver evidence-based outcomes through our unique collaboration with the autism community, research organisations, education and health professionals, industry and government
Valuing lived experience
Solutions for long-term challenges
Truth in practice
Integrity through autonomy
Capturing opportunities together
- We were delighted to host Clare Gibellini, Co-chair of the National Autism Strategy Oversight Council, at our Annual General Meeting and post-AGM event on 28 November. Clare gave an enlightening and informed update of the Strategy’s progress.
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
National Guideline for supporting the learning, participation, and wellbeing of autistic children and their families
The new Guideline provides clear and consistent Recommendations and Practice Points for practitioners who deliver supports to autistic children and their families.
Helps autistic young people to take control of their future and prepare for working life.
An evidence-based guide for employers of autistic adults
Practical resources to ensure end-user driven research that delivers real outcomes that benefit the community
Landmark report provides families and clinicians the best opportunity to make informed decisions when choosing interventions