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Research Autism forms part of the NAS Information Service. Its aim is to improve daily life for individuals and family members. It provides evidence-based information on common issues, as well as a number of autism-related treatments and therapies.
London, England EC1V 1NG
Mente Autism uses neurofeedback technology. It is the world’s first medical device for affordable home use specifically designed to manage Autism. It helps children relax their minds which in turn helps them to focus better.
Autism Research Centre
Based at Cambridge University, the mission of the ARC is to understand the biomedical causes of autism spectrum conditions, and develop new and validated methods for assessment and intervention.
University of Cambridge Department of Psychiatry
Cambridge, England CB2 0SZ
Autistica funds pioneering medical research to understand the causes of autism, improve diagnosis, and develop new treatments and interventions. Weare the UK's leading autism medical research charity, we are committed to funding translatable research
100a Chalk Farm Road London
London, England NW1 8EH