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Newsletter no. 13 Newsletter No. 13: Autumn 2013 (PDF document)

In this issue you can read about

Remapping Autism Research in the UK
December ‘Autism Plus’ Conference
NICE guidelines on ‘The management and support of children and young people on the autism spectrum’.

We hope you enjoy reading it!

Newsletter no. 12 Newsletter No. 12: Spring/Summer 2013 (PDF document)

In this issue you can read about our self injury project, our access to work project and our widening reach project

We hope you enjoy reading it!

Newsletter no. 11 Newsletter No. 11: Autumn 2012 (PDF document)

In this issue you can read about our new Caregiver stress project, November’s Disorder or Difference conference and the new NICE guidelines on care for adults on the autism spectrum.

You can also sign up to become a Friend of Research Autism.

Newsletter no. 9
Newsletter No. 10: Spring 2012 (PDF document) In this issue you can read about the launch of the Remapping project, our new Friends of Research Autism scheme and June’s Challenging Behaviour conference.

We hope you enjoy reading it!

Newsletter no. 9 Newsletter No. 9: October 2011 (PDF document)

In this issue you can read about our research projects on sleep and autism, why the Rt. Hon. John Bercow MP, Speaker of the House of Commons, supports Research Autism, and about the fantastic fundraising efforts of our supporters.

Newsletter no. 8 Newsletter No. 8: May 2011 (PDF document)

In this issue we tell you about our House of Commons Reception, and our conference on current thinking around the concept of autism. We also alert you to a forthcoming conference in May on “the Autisms” looking at the significance of medical and other co-occurring conditions in autism: We invite you to run the Bristol Half Marathon or adidas Women’s 5K challenge for us.We report back on the results of our recent website survey and we welcome two new members of staff.

Newsletter no. 7 Newsletter No. 7: October 2010 (PDF document)

In this issue we welcome Deepa Korea, our new chief executive. We alert you to a major conference on autism we are running in November this year and we invite you to attend a gala dinner in March of next year. We also update you on our ongoing research projects on sleep and we invite you to complete an online survey so that we can find out what you think about our website.

Newsletter no. 6 Newsletter No. 6: July 2009.

In this issue we tell you about the recent report from the National Audit Office on adults with autism and what we propose to do about it. This includes organising a conference, with the Rt. Hon. David Cameron, Leader of the opposition as the key speaker, to explore how we can improve the outcomes for adults on the spectrum.

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Newsletter no. 5 Newsletter No. 5: October 2008.

In this issue we tell you about a reception at the House of Commons on 16 July, with guest speaker the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families the Rt. Hon. Ed Balls, MP. The reception was designed to highlight this failing of the DDA, and to hear brief presentations on the role we believe research can offer to bring about real change.

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Newsletter no. 4 Newsletter No. 4: October 2007.

In this issue we tell you about a successful launch at Westminster, our new website and Information Centre online, our first Research Report published, new major research projects scoped and our third Collaborative Autism Research Forum. And we also explain how New Philanthropy Capital have recognised our achievements and are planning to help us realise our ambitions.

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Newsletter no. 3 Newsletter No. 3: January 2007.

In this issue we look back on an important year for Research Autism’s development. Not only have we moved forward with highly significant research projects in autism intervention, but our collaborative autism research forum programme, designed to give direction to future vital research, is now well underway.

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