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Strengths-based Policy Brief

Autistica in UK has released the strengths-based action briefing,  a work in partnership with the Curtin Autism Research Group and the Karolinska Institute in Sweden, explaining why both strengths and challenges should be looked at when assessing autistic people’s needs. View Strengths-based Action Briefing

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Autism workshop on 13th Nov, 4th and 11th Dec

Please see information regarding a professional development opportunity for anyone who works with autistic individuals of any age. This short course consists of a series of 3 workshops and an interactive excursion providing valuable information for teachers, health care professionals and social work professionals. You will also have an opportunity as part of the short…

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Autism in the workplace

Professor Sonya Girdler, from the Curtin Autism Research Group, spoke about employment for autistic people and how workplaces can best support them. Play Podcast

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Policy brief on employment

The International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) policy brief on employment has now been endorsed and released.  CARG led this work in Australia in partnership with researchers from the USA and Sweden. View policy brief

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Free Lecture for Health Professionals, 30 August 2019

The Curtin University Autism Research Group (CARG) and Telethon Kids Institute Autism Research Team are pleased to invite you to a free lecture “Minimally verbal children with ASD: Assessment and intervention” presented by Professor Connie Kasari from the University of California, Los Angeles. Event details Location: Tim Winton Lecture Theatre, Building 213 Curtin University, Bentley…

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