About Us

Autism Research and Advocacy is an information resource that supports the wellbeing and health of people living with autism. We adopt impactful research, innovation or technology and education to support autism patients.

We’ve been at the forefront in publishing existing autism research to help inform various areas of the health condition. We’ve been doing this for over 10 years. We pioneer efforts in educational outreach, biological research, and networking across different autism organizations globally.

The strides in scientific research support our position and that of our founder, a renowned autism researcher and psychologist. He has always insisted that autism can be treated.

autism causes

The causes of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are still unclear.

However, the most recent advances in scientific studies show that autism isn’t “genetically hard-wired” and untreatable as perceived traditionally.

The strides in scientific research support our position and that of our founder, a renowned autism researcher and psychologist. He has always insisted that autism can be treated.

We’ve awarded and support over 50 research grants in the last 5 years. We offer various support to our audience. They include:

Offering frequent updates on research

Developing online educational events for caretakers and parents.

Offering treatment assessment tools in various languages for ASD patients

Providing ongoing medical education for teachers, physicians, occupational therapists, and dietitians.

Providing financial support to autism researchers and related studies

Sponsoring discussion forums to explore various issues related to ASD intervention and treatments.

Providing updates on the most recent educational and biomedical research worldwide through a science newsletter

Collaborating with research organizations and non-profits across the world.

Education

Do you have any question regarding our organization or autism in general? Contact us for more information and answers to your queries.

Education helps autism children to develop social, academic and life skills for independence later in life. Teachers assimilate them into the classroom, foster a supportive acceptance culture, and balance their educational needs.

Teachers offer personalized attention to students with ASD, hence the need for them to prepare well for general teaching challenges. They also ensure that students understand and support their fellow classmates living with autism.