Volunteers

AUSTRALIAN ADVISORY BOARD ON AUTISM

The Australian Advisory Board on Autism is the national peak body representing people with autism, their families, carers and helpers. Through its members, the Advisory Board represents over 12,000 people on the autism spectrum and who are members of, or who obtain services from, the Advisory Board’s member organisations. There are many more people who are on the autism spectrum (often accompanying other conditions) but whose needs are met either privately or through other disability programs.

 
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WHAT WE DO

The focus of the Advisory Board is working with governments to develop appropriate policies for people with autism, their families and carers, disseminating information about autism and working with the Australian autism community to build skills.

 

Making A Difference

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

COMMUNIQUÉS

INFORMATION AND SUBMISSIONS

RESEARCH

AUSTRALIAN AUTISM ALLIANCE

ASIA PACIFIC AUTISM CONFERENCE

 
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WHO WE ARE

Chairperson

Pam Macrossan, Autism Queensland

Treasurer and Company Secretary

Jacqui Borland, Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect)

Directors

Joan McKenna Kerr, Autism Association of WA

Prof Cheryl Dissanayake, La Trobe University, VIC

Donna Blanchard, Autism Tasmania

Jim Mullan, Amaze, VIC 

Information on autism is available from the websites of the Advisory Board's member organisations:

Autism Queensland

Autism SA

Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect)

Amaze

Autism Tasmania

Autism Association of WA

 

CONTACT THE AUSTRALIAN ADVISORY BOARD ON AUTISM

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