Update to Assessment and Diagnosis of Autism Guideline
This work is part of a larger project ‘National Guidelines: Update and capacity building’
Autism CRC has supported the development of guidelines to provide guidance for practitioners, families, service providers and policy-makers around evidence-based practice and to ensure consistency in the clinical pathway from diagnosis to supports. The impact of the 2018 release of the National Guideline for the Assessment and Diagnosis of Autism in Australia provided a foundation for deep and enduring systems change across Australia.
To ensure the Guideline continues to be relevant and useful, Autism CRC is revising the current draft. This involves a review of research published since 2018, online survey and focus groups to understand community views, and release of the draft updated Guideline for public feedback.
More about the update can be found on the Guideline update webpage.
- David Trembath, Griffith University