Autism Awareness Week

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Browse our latest, and most relevant, content for Autism Awareness Week. We’re dedicated to publishing the latest research and disseminating that research through different mediums. Take a look below at some of our podcasts, research digests, blogs, lectures and journal papers.

New Podcast Release

Coronavirus, and helping children with autism – Episode 4 ‘Autism, a parents guide’ with Dr. Ann Ozsivadjian and Dr. Marianna Murin

They focus on practical tips like how to help manage anxiety, maintain structure and support and explain the situation to young people. Additionally, tips on how to keep well as a parent and reliable sources for coronavirus updates.

Research digests

The latest research made accessible, take a look at our collection of research digests from our journals CAMH and JCPP.


Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and emotions: are we missing something?
A higher prevalence of mental health difficulties for autistic people has been demonstrated, we need to ask ourselves why, Jody Houston expands.


Professor Francesca Happe – Autism – ‘Future challenges for the science of child psychology and psychiatry’

Part of the 60th anniversary celebration of The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry


Predictors of longer‐term development of expressive language in two independent longitudinal cohorts of language‐delayed preschoolers with Autism Spectrum Disorder

The adult outcome of children referred for autism: typology and prediction from childhood

Annual Research Review: Looking back to look forward – changes in the concept of autism and implications for future research

The development of autistic social traits across childhood and adolescence in males and females

Deconstructing the repetitive behaviour phenotype in autism spectrum disorder through a large population‐based analysis

Effectiveness of community‐based early intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder: a meta‐analysis


Dimensions of difficulty in children reported to have an autism spectrum diagnosis and features of extreme/‘pathological’ demand avoidance

Review: Yoga and mindfulness for youth with autism spectrum disorder: review of the current evidence

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