CliniKids is a not-for-profit centre integrating world-class research with a clinical service for children with developmental delay and/or an autism diagnosis, and their families. It is the first of its kind for autism in Australia.
One of the unique aspects of CliniKids is the integration of clinical services with cutting-edge research. Our exceptional team of researchers work in collaboration with our clinicians to give the community access to the world's best evidence-based therapies.
Telethon Kids Institute’s CliniKids is excited to introduce an online autism seminar series in 2024, designed to inform families, clinicians and educators about the latest autism topics and research.
Held quarterly, the free online seminars will include presentations by leading autism experts on topics such as mental health, education and early therapies and supports.
CliniKids Director Professor Andrew Whitehouse - the Angela Wright Bennett Professor of Autism at Telethon Kids and The University of Western Australia - will deliver the first seminar — The autism landscape in 2024: Where are we, how did we get here, and where are we going? — on Thursday, February 29 (5-6pm AWST/ 8-9pm AEST).
Please register your details for the February seminar here.
Registration for the seminar is necessary to gain access to the webinar link. A recording of the presentation will be able to be viewed for up to a fortnight after the presentation by those who register.
If you would like to be kept informed of upcoming autism seminars in 2024, please register your details here.
We look forward to sharing the latest autism research with you soon!