Griffith University has set an ambitious goal of raising $125 million to allow its research, education and engagement to have an even greater impact.
When Griffith University’s Film School’s LiveLab students teamed up with Autism Queensland and actor Hugo Weaving to share his autistic nephew Ky Greenwood’s story in 2016, it took the world by storm.
The University has launched a new doctoral program to give future autism researchers the skills and experience they need to improve the lives of people on the spectrum. The Autism Future Researchers Doctoral Training Program is the first of its kind in Australia and was designed with extensive input from industry and the autism community. […]
Parents of children with autism want more research to support their child’s wellbeing at home, school and the community.
Children on the autism spectrum tell researchers about their strengths— and it may not be what you think
An Australian-first study explores the self-reported best attributes and strengths of 83 children on the autism spectrum.
New Griffith University research shows that four out of five children on the autism spectrum report experiencing anxiety at school.
Treating anxiety in children on the autism spectrum may help to significantly improve their quality of life a Griffith University study published in Autism Research has found. “For many years, researchers have been reporting that children on the autism spectrum have poorer quality of life than neurotypical children, with most studies suggesting that this was […]