End-user perspectives

Autism CRC is committed to inclusive research practices and co-production with autistic people and their supporters, to ensure our research provides practical and tangible outputs that benefit the community. Through our program of work we have delivered national practice standards and guidance, supports and capacity-building resources for individuals, professionals and communities – all informed by evidence. 

There have been many highlights since we were established in 2013. We've tried to capture some of these in the following videos.

  • Highlights & Achievements 2013 – 2022

    When we began in 2013, we were the world's first national collaboration focused on autism across the lifespan. Now, Autism CRC is Australia’s national independent source of evidence for best practice. This short video showcases many of our highlights and achievements to date.
  • End-user perspectives – Early Years

    We asked some of our end-users how our work has made a positive impact in their lives, or the lives of the people they help each day. We thank our end-users in the following video for giving their perspectives on the impact of our Early Years program. 
  • End-user perspectives – School Years

    We asked some of our end-users how our work has made a positive impact in their lives, or the lives of the people they help each day. We thank our end-users in the following video for giving their perspectives on the impact of our School Years program.
  • End-user perspectives – Adulthood

    We asked some of our end-users how our work has made a positive impact in their lives, or the lives of the people they help each day. We thank our end-users in the following video for giving their perspectives on the impact of our Adulthood program.