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Autistic UK is an Autistic People's Organisation (an APO), an organisation run by autistic people. A-UK campaigns throughout the UK and elsewhere to advance the interests of all autistic people and those with related neuro-developmental conditions.
7 Illingworth House, St Johns Green
Bristol Autism Research group
The Bristol Autism Research Group (BARG) is a network of academics and practitioners in the Bristol region who are involved in autism-related research and evidence-based practice. We also run free events and workshops for academics and the community
Wales Autism Research Centre
Based at Cardiff University the mission of WARC is to create positive change for individuals and families affected with autism The Director of the Wales Autism 2 Centre is Professor Susan Leekam and WARC is a unique collaboration between Autism Cymru
Wales Autism 2 Centre WARC School of Psychology
Cardiff, Wales CF10 3AT
Autism Science Foundation
The Autism Science Foundation’s mission is to support autism research by providing funding and other assistance to scientists and organizations conducting, facilitating, publicizing and disseminating autism research.
106 West 32nd Street, Suite #182
New York NY 10001
SenITA study Cardiff University
Randomised controlled trial looking at sensory integration therapy versus usual care for children with ASD and sensory processing difficulties.
4th floor Neuadd meirionnydd
Heath park, cardiff
Cardiff, Wales Cf24 4lb
The National Autism Project
The National Autism Project is a new project supported by The Shirley Foundation. Its initial aim is to provide authoritative recommendations on those aspects of autism research and practice that have demonstrable effectiveness in benefits.
c/o Dame Stephanie Shirley, Balliol College
Oxford, England OX1 3BJ