Centre for Research in Autism and Education

Research to enhance the lives of autistic people

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About us

Who we are, what we do and our story so far.


Resources

Publications, public reports and newsletters.


People

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The people who make up CRAE, what their intrests are.

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Events

See what is coming up soon, book yourself onto a webinar. Find out more about what we do and what we hope to achieve as we share meaningful research.

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Research

Working to ensure that evidence-based knowledge is translated so that it can have meaningful impact and make a real difference to people’s everyday lives.

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Webinar

Webinars are hosted most months, and our archives can be found here.

Thinkers

Authors

Researchers

and all friends of CRAE

talking about ideas that really matter.


CRAE is a dedicated team

CRAE is a team of autistic and non-autistic people, headed by Professor Anna Remington. We conduct ground-breaking scientific research to enhance our knowledge about support, education and outcomes for autistic people, their families and those who support them.


…doing participatory research

This research is participatory in nature; doing research with autistic people, rather than on, about or for them.


…to make a real difference

We work to ensure that this evidence-based knowledge is translated so that it can have meaningful impact and make a real difference to people’s everyday lives.

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