What we do
Support & education
We offer Autistic-led education for families of Autistic people.
Research & resources
We offer Autistic-produced and designed resources to help educate people about Autism.
Leadership & advocacy
We want to grow Autistic leaders who want to share their knowledge and expertise.
“Reframing Autism means moving from the negative, deficits-based narrative to a place that is hopeful, insightful, supportive and respectful of our wonderful kids.”Melissa O., NSW
The latest in our series of summaries of significant research studies concerning our community, this piece helps non-academics to understand Vikram Jaswal and Nameera Akhtar’s work on Autistic social motivation.Read More
In this captivating personal account, an Autistic doctor opens up her synaesthetic world, where music conjures images, time presents as shapes and her patients’ diagnoses, as colours. She also explores the question of whether her Autistic children may also be synaesthetic.Read More
The early days following an Autism diagnosis can be a bewildering time. Read Dr Melanie Heyworth’s top five tips for parents of newly diagnosed Autistic children, to help you on your journey.Read More
How do you know when there is cause for you to think your child is developing atypically? The Reframing Autism team reflected on the differences that we saw in our children, and those our own parents saw in us, to develop a description of some differences you may see if your child is Autistic.Read More
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