Autistic adults can be wrongly perceived as deceptive and lacking credibility, Flinders University researchers say, with this working against many caught in the legal system. In […]
Identification of autism, followed by appropriate intervention, has the potential to improve outcomes for autistic individuals – but Flinders University experts say that presently not enough […]
Up to 50 schools are better equipped to teach children living with autism as a result of a State Government-funded program at Flinders University. The special […]
US research into alternative communication techniques for children with autism and developmental disabilities has been shared with Flinders students and academics.
Australia’s first dedicated optometry service for people with autism is set to make a difference for some of our most vulnerable citizens.
Art will help show the way for a group of counsellors, psychologists and social workers in learning new ways to communicate with clients with complex communication needs.
The artworks in Flinders PhD student Betty-Jean Dee-Price’s SALA exhibition don’t set out to be pretty.
A virtual human head that can talk, express emotion and answer questions is being used to help children with autism develop their social skills.
Developing better tools to diagnose autism in adulthood is among the key aims of a new study by Flinders University PhD candidate Clare Holmes.