Monthly Archives: November 2014
Michael Allen is completing a Masters of Philosophy at the University of Adelaide in the Discipline of Anthropology. As part of his exogesis he is producing a play to show how theatre can create new understandings of autistic people’s capabilities.
Dr Neil Kirby is a Senior Lecturer and Director of the Disabilities Research Unit in the University of Adelaide’s School of Psychology.
Professor Jozef Gecz is Professor of Human Genetics at the University of Adelaide’s Robinson Research Institute
Louise Davies is Acting CEO of Autism SA, the state’s peak body for the provision of education, care, support and advocacy for families and individuals living with ASD.
It’s no secret that living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can be enormously difficult for the individuals affected and their families. But beyond that broad generalisation, ASD has been largely misunderstood. However, with rates of diagnosis increasing – ASD now accounts for 33% of primary disabilities in Australia – a great deal of research is […]