World Autism Awareness Day on April 2, and every year, is an opportunity to celebrate and be involved in helping raise awareness about autism spectrum disorders.
In partnership with the Australian Advisory Board on Autism Spectrum Disorders, we host a number of activities and events including the Annual NSW Autism Recognition Awards, an art exhibition by adults with autism Aspect School events, Aspect Adult Programs open days, and many more...
We are taking part in an international campaign to Go Blue and raise awareness about autism, Click here for lots of ideas and ways to get involved - from changing your Facebook cover photo, lesson plans for schools and organising an event. View our Blue Pack for other ideas of how you can support World Autism Awareness Day.
The Research Forum
An opportunity to hear about some of the research projects undertaken by Aspect staff and key research partners over the last few years. Click here to find out more.
Annual NSW Recognition Awards
Nominations are now open for the 2013 Annual NSW Recognition Awards with categories including individual achievement, parent/carer, professional, patronage or support and volunteers. Nominees and the people who nominated them will be invited to attend a special ceremony on April 9 where the aware recipients will be announced. Click here to find out more.
Celebrating the Spectrum Adult Art Exhibition
The exhibition is held every year around World Autism Awareness Day in April featuring artwork by people involved with Aspect, particularly Aspect's Adult Programs in Bexley, Canterbury and Ryde.