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Free Public Lecture for Parents, 6 March 2019

The Curtin University Autism Research Group (CARG) and Telethon Kids Institute (TKI) Autism Research Team have pleasure in inviting you to a free public lecture ‘Talking about Functioning and Autism’ by Professor Sven Bölte, Director Centre of Neurodevelopmental Disorders from Karolinska Institute in Sweden and Dr Ben Milbourn from Curtin University. Event details Location: Curtin…

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Autism Open Day, 24 March 2019

The Curtin Autism Research Group, Telethon Kids Institute Autism Research Team and Autism CRC are pleased to invite you to our annual Autism Open Day. This year, the Rotary Club of Scarborough will co-host the event as we have amalgamated the annual Autism Open Day with the Autism Awareness Morning Tea. This event is part of…

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Marita’s sharing on inclusive research

CARG member, Associate Professor Marita Falkmer, gave a lecture on inclusive research related to the autistic community at Jönköping University, Sweden recently. CHILD's newest Associate Professor Marita Falkmer gives a lecture on inclusive research related to the autistic community. Curtin Autism Research group, where Marita is a member, sets a good example in the area….

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AASQA wins National Award

CARG is delighted to share with you that the Autism Academy for Software Quality Assurance (AASQA) won the Business and Higher Education Round Table (BHERT) Award in Melbourne last November. AASQA came in top in the category of ‘Outstanding Collaboration for National Benefit’ (see Below are some of the judges’ comments which are all…

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Survey participants recruitment for social skills group training program

Our PhD student, Bahareh Afsharnejad, is conducting a study that is seeking to understand how Australian teenagers have fun and who they like to have fun with. This information will help inform a social skills group training program for autistic teenagers. She is looking for Australian teenagers aged between 12-17 years who do not have…

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