Behaviour help for teachers of students with autism

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The number of students with autism in mainstream schools has risen dramatically over the past decade. Schools report that students with autism usually comprise the largest group of students with disabilities needing ongoing support. One of the key areas teachers and schools consistently seek help with is behaviour management. Autistic children often do not react […]

Charity bike ride raises funds for autism research

The ACE Gran Fondo ride team with ACE Chair, Professor Jacqueline Roberts (far left)
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A 450km bike ride has raised almost $32,000 for the Autism Centre of Excellence (ACE) to help support parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The ACE Gran Fondo, a four-day charity bike ride event from Noosa Heads to Byron Bay, ran from July 31-August 3 to raise awareness for autism research. ACE Director, […]

Autism seminar series shares best practice insights

'Knowledge is Power' - Autism Seminar Series 2015
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Delivering the latest best practice insights to health care professionals, educators, parents and students is the focus of this year’s Autism Seminar Series, run by the School of Education and Professional Studies Autism Centre of Excellence (ACE). The series, ‘Knowledge is Power’ aims to empower parents and allied health care professionals by sharing the latest […]