The Autism Data Collaborative consists of individuals with personal experience, researchers, healthcare providers, policymakers, and community leaders from all over Canada. Together, they aim to utilize and create Canadian health, social, and education data to influence improved policies and enhance systems, ultimately making the lives of Autistic people in Canada and their families better.Read more
Autism Alliance of Canada is partnering with the McMaster Autism Research Team on the Pediatric Autism Research Cohort (PARC) study. The PARC study aims to understand how children on the autism spectrum grow and develop. The insights gained from this study can help advocate for supports that can help Autistic children reach their full potential.