Webinars

  • Support and transition models of practice

    Dr Trevor Clark and Dr Beth Saggers discuss early years behaviour support for children on the autism spectrum and transition models of practice for teachers of children on the spectrum.
  • Health, wellbeing and employment

    A/Professor Anna Krzeminska, Dr Anna Urbanowicz and Mr Matt Ormiston discuss health and wellbeing, employment initiatives and ANZ's Spectrum Program for adults on the spectrum.
  • Early years and diagnosis

    Dr Kiah Evans, Dr Josephine Barbaro, Olga Tennison and Professor Valsamma Eapen discuss the national diagnostic guideline, surveillance programs and autism subtyping.
  • Participatory autism research

    Professor Liz Pellicano speaks about the how's and why's of participatory autism research. She is joined by Rochelle Johnson, Dr Wenn Lawson and Gabrielle Hall.
  • Early years, 14 September 2017

    Presented by Dr Marleen Westerveld, this webinar provides an overview of the latest research on literacy profiles and literacy predictors for early learners on the autism spectrum.
  • Early years, 7 April 2017

    This webinar discusses talks about our development of Australia’s first national guideline for autism diagnosis in collaboration with NDIA to help define a diagnostic process is consistent and accurate.
  • Adulthood, 6 April 2017

    This webinar gives an overview of employment initiatives, making the workplace more inclusive, Autism and Agriculture, and practices to help ensure recruitment and on-boarding processes are appropriate for autistic candidates.
  • School years, 5 April 2017

    This webinar talks about our landmark longitudinal study of autistic students, looking at the relationship, if any, between child/family characteristics, intervention experiences and school support, development and behaviour.
  • Neurodiversity, 4 April 2017

    This webinar delves further into the neurodiversity movement to give a better understanding of how different brains work in different ways and an appreciation of the value of diversity.
  • Promote acceptance, 3 April 2017

    Launching our webinar series for Autism Month 2017 is a panel discussion by autistic adults who will examine autistic strengths and highlight the ways in which the broader community can celebrate diversity and promote acceptance.
  • Adulthood, 24 November 2016

    Chaired by Emeritus Professor Sylvia Rodger, this webinar provides an overview of the latest research developing practical tools and interventions to support adults on the autism spectrum to find a valued place in society.
  • School years, 8 September 2016

    Chaired by Dr Keely Harper-Hill, this webinar provides an overview of the latest research in evidence-based, whole classroom interventions to support children on the spectrum in the classroom.
  • Peer research, 5 August 2016

    This webinar provides a practical overview of the process of co-production of autism research to support researchers and the autistic community to participate meaningfully in peer research.
  • Early years, 22 July 2016

    Chaired by Emeritus Professor Sylvia Rodger, this webinar provides an overview of a project underway which is trialling a therapy for infants identified as showing early risk for autism.
  • Autistic voices, 7 April 2016

    Chaired by Olivia Gatfield, this webinar is a panel discussion with adults on the autism spectrum who are involved in our research, and their views on what is needed to reach our vision to transform lives.
  • Adulthood, 6 April 2016

    Chaired by Emeritus Professor Sylvia Rodger, this webinar provides an overview of the latest research developing practical tools and interventions to support adults on the autism spectrum to find a valued place in society.
  • School years, 5 April 2016

    Chaired by Emeritus Professor Sylvia Rodger, this webinar provides an overview of the latest research in evidence-based, whole classroom interventions to support children on the spectrum in the classroom. Button link to YouTube
  • Early years, 4 April 2016

    Chaired by Emeritus Professor Sylvia Rodger, this webinar brings together three leading specialists to present our latest research in early diagnosis, developmental surveillance and current practice. Button link to YouTube