We fund research to understand the causes of autism, improve diagnosis and explore interventions to ensure that autistic people receive the best possible support. Read more
ART trustee, Dr Lewis Owens, launches two wonderful children's books. Following the adventures of Archie, an autistic 11-year old boy, these heart-warming stories are fun and thought-provoking reads for all ages. Proceeds are kindly being donated to ART. Read more
With your support, we funded the world’s largest ever study looking into autistic people’s interests and skills in two specific areas – systemizing and empathy. Read more
There are fears that the aim of genetics research into autism is a form of eugenics to “normalise” autistic people. Although Simon Baron-Cohen understands where this fear stems from, both him and his research teams are firmly against any sort of genetic engineering. Read more
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Many are struggling to get the diagnosis and the services that they need.
Often the therapies and support they need are not available.
It's increasingly believed that girls may be better at masking their difficulties, leading to their autism being missed.
We fund a variety of projects, but predominantly at the Autism Research Centre in Cambridge, to understand autism and explore effective interventions.
We fund pioneering researchers, working hard to understand autism. Read their biographies.
About 700,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with autism. Investing in research will help provide better support to autistic people and their families.
Challenge yourself and raise money and awareness for autism research! Read more
Taking place on Friday 22nd March, this event will feature Professor Simon Baron-Cohen among the distinguished speakers presenting on the progressive topic of autism genetics. Find out more... Read more
We are reaching out to schools with discussion worksheets and 'inclusive' fundraiser ideas to celebrate diversity. Join us! We can all help one another with simple acts of kindness. Read more
Find out more about this iconic 100-mile cycling event which takes place on Sunday 4th August 2019. ART has two places so sign up now! Read more