Latest neurodiversity News

Access Canberra supports all Canberrans with new accessibility initiatives
Birth-to-five teaching degree sets the pace for early childhood education
AUTISTIC PRIDE DAY 2024 SYMPOSIA SESSIONS, SPEAKERS & PROGRAMS
New HCF research reveals mental health impacting primary school attendance
Parents are increasingly saying their child is ‘dysregulated’. What does that actually mean?
‘Like family’: How Woodhouse Adventure Park benefits from its diverse workforce
Dismissed and discharged: health systems still failing people with poor mental health
From silent dialogues to vivid memories – here’s how the science of inner experience could transform gaming
Is Your Child Ready For Sleepaway Camp?
Neuroaffirming care values the strengths and differences of autistic people, those with ADHD or other profiles. Here’s how
New research on what parents and carers worry about by ReachOut
What’s the difference between autism and Asperger’s disorder?
Sensory-friendly fashion exhibit brings awareness and empathy
AFP Unlocks Untapped Talent
La Trobe academics available to discuss Neurodiversity Celebration Week
Why Are So Many Neurodivergent Women Misdiagnosed?
UN torture expert urges prison modernisation for social rehabilitation and resilience to environmental threats and pandemics
Why do young people have such poor mental health? A psychologist explains
State Of Service Roadshow Newcastle Opening Address
SA families to get early support for babies through new nation-leading autism program
Stressed, overstimulated? New sensory room provides refuge
Tips to make your psychology practice more inclusive and accessible 
AFP at cutting edge of law enforcement capability
AFP careers bloom under skilled recruitment program
Brave new workplace: the future of hybrid working
Sensory exhibition embraces neurodiversity
Cool Brain Hall of Fame
Conference maps AI revolution set to overhaul every industry
Author Nell Harris appearing at Cooma Library
Carinity community service expands with disability support
Funding outcomes grow Queensland arts touring and creative employment
Around half of kids getting neurodevelopmental assessment show signs of mental distress. We can support them better
Young girls more difficult to diagnose with Autism
Government bolsters commitment to autism
Fourth annual Inclusive Excellence Summit: A time for connection and courageous leaps
City of Hobart recognises its top citizens
A movement brings community, visibility to neurodiversity at Cornell
What are ‘masking’ and ‘camouflaging’ in the context of autism and ADHD?
Word from our Youth Ambassador, Sarah Miles
Insight – accessible tourism opportunity
How to talk to your child about their autism diagnosis – earlier better
Taking trauma out of vaccination
Boosting jobs for people with autism
Employers are encouraged to embrace neurodiversity
Council officially opens new-look Hobsons Bay Civic Centre
Research hub for student mental health launched
CDU changing environment for neurodivergent students and staff with new partnership
Grassroots community projects get major boost