The Toddler Driving Test
The Toddler Driving Test is a world-first in-car awareness raising campaign to help early detection of autism in children from 18 months of age. The campaign aims to assist Kiwi parents in identifying early signs of autism, prompting next steps for further assessment and potential diagnosis.
The Toddler Driving Test is a fun 60 second audio campaign which is available on Spotify.
To watch The Project's story on The Toddler Driving Test, click here. Our Chief Executive Dane Dougan, and our Patron, Eric Murray also caught up with The Project team.
Wellington International Airport Lanyard Initiative
People with hidden disabilities like autism, dementia or ADHD can now travel a little easier after Wellington Airport launched a new initiative to discreetly let staff know when a person may need extra help.
Wellington man with autism is on the frontline as essential worker
Stuff article by Mandy Te
Autism NZ calls for more leadership, funding, resources
1 NEWS article by Laura James
We've all hear about autism, but how many of us actually understand what it is?
The AM Show team invited Autism New Zealand Chief Executive, Dane Dougan to come on the show, to help New Zealanders understand autism.