In the News

Employers begin looking for staff on the autism spectrum
Employers begin looking for staff on the autism spectrum
Stuff news article by Anuja Nadkarni published 20 May 2018
Thousands of autistic girls and women 'going undiagnosed' due to gender bias
Thousands of autistic girls and women 'going undiagnosed' due to gender bias
The Guardian news article by Hannah Devlin published 14 September 2018
Autism New Zealand person of the month: Mike Grigg
Autism New Zealand person of the month: Mike Grigg
Interview with Dane Dougan, Autism New Zealand Chief Executive
New Zealand first sees post-natal nurses trained to identify autism
New Zealand first sees post-natal nurses trained to identify autism
Training held by Autism New Zealand and Victoria University to train Plunket nurses in Wellington to identify autism with Dr Josephine Barbaro from La Trobe University.
Autistic Children in Auckland get Access to Government-funded Early Intervention Service
Autistic Children in Auckland get Access to Government-funded Early Intervention Service
TVNZ feature by Laura James released 12/01/2020
Wellington opens Australasia's first specialised autism resource centre
Wellington opens Australasia's first specialised autism resource centre
Newshub article by Elizabeth White released 20 February 2020
Petone Autism Resource Centre a first in Australasia
Petone Autism Resource Centre a first in Australasia
Radio New Zealand article by Checkpoint released 20 February 2020
In an Australasian first, Autism NZ opens support centre in Wellington
In an Australasian first, Autism NZ opens support centre in Wellington
1 NEWS article by Kate Nicol-Williams released 20 February 2020
Australasia's first autism resource centre set to open
Australasia's first autism resource centre set to open
Stuff news article by Matthew Tso published 19 February 2020
Change Your Reactions
Change Your Reactions
No one wants to feel judged and unwelcome in their own communities – but many autistic people and their families experience this every day. Changing your reactions can make a more inclusive and welcoming world for all. Find out how.
Amazing Kids - Autism Spectrum Disorder
Amazing Kids - Autism Spectrum Disorder
Listen to children from different backgrounds share their unique experiences of the autistic spectrum in their own words.
Wellington man with autism is on the frontline as essential worker
Wellington man with autism is on the frontline as essential worker
Stuff article by Mandy Te