Home-school collaboration needed to lift literacy rates in children on autism spectrum 

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More effective parent-teacher communication and greater flexibility is needed to improve literacy rates for children on the autism spectrum, an Autism CRC study has found. The study was led by Griffith University Associate Professor, Dr Marleen Westerveld. Researchers aimed to understand parental views of the importance of literacy learning for their children on the spectrum, and the challenges to literacy […]

Autism research embraces inclusive approach – conference 

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The latest autism research will be showcased at the Australasian Society for Autism Research (ASfAR) Conference at Griffith University’s Gold Coast campus this week. With more than 100 contributors from across Australia and overseas, ASfAR 2018 will highlight current advances in the major research disciplines investigating autism and the broader spectrum, including work led by adults on the autism spectrum, research with families, support […]

Double the opportunities

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Juliet Bell recently graduated with a double degree in Design/Business and said her studies at Griffith have been helpful in securing work and internship opportunities. “The business/marketing side of the degree has helped me understand consumer behaviour and develop marketing strategies, and the design side has enabled me to produce content and marketing materials. Each […]