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2020 has thrown most of us a curve ball, but for parents of children on the autism spectrum, where creating and maintaining a strict routine is central to a calm and managed home life, the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic is having a bigger impact than most.
ARCAP’s commitment to improving the long-term quality of life for autistic people of all ages has underpinned the team’s achievements during its first 12 months of operation.
Meet the ARCAP Team. From left to right: Dr Susan Bruck, Dr Trevor Clark, Shivana Chandra, Sabrina Agius, Emma Gallaghar, Ainslie Robinson, Kaaren Haas and Vicki Gibbs
With autism prevalence rates on the rise worldwide, understanding how to best support people on the autism spectrum and their families to realise their full potential is an increasingly important.
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Last week I announced my decision to resign as Chief Executive Officer of Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) in the latter part of this year. This advanced notice will allow the Board the time to undertake the recruitment process for my successor.
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With great pleasure we announce the new collaboration between out two organisations, the Cooperative Research Centre for Living with Autism (Autism CRC) and Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) To deliver the Future Leaders Program in 2019 and 2020
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Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) today launched its new Therapy and Assessment Clinic in Flemington – offering its autism-specific assessments to Victorians for the first time.
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Relieving the stress from getting school shoes with your child, with the help from Shoes & Sox!
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New research by Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) shows that many children diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum may have missed out on important early intervention therapies due to delays in receiving a diagnosis.
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