How can we reduce disparities in access to services for adults?
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New research shows that researchers and practitioners use different methods to research access information but both have similar priorities
New research carried out by Business Disability Forum (BDF) finds good workplace adjustment processes and organisational values to be the most important aids to the retention of disabled employees.
ASD infowales have publised new resources to support individuals with ASD .
These have been developed to support practitioners working with individuals with autism, their families and carers
A report from the Center for Health Statistics finds that 13% of children who were diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders lose their diagnosis after later tests.
A recent study suggests that repeated stimulation may encourage inflexibility and restrict autistic individuals’ ability to apply that learned knowledge to other situations.
This is a new study carried out by Researchers in Sweden .They have assembling a group of identical twin pairs, with only one twin in each pair having autism.
This magazine is the inaugural publication for Scottish Autism’s Centre for Practice Innovation.
The findings, published 13 May in a special issue of Molecular Autism on gender differences, support the notion that girls are somehow protected from autism.