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Autistic people need a greater say in where NZ's autism research funding is spent – here’s a way forward

By Lisa Marie Emerson, Senior Lecturer in Child and Family Psychology, University of Canterbury
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Two-thirds of autism research funding in New Zealand is directed at biology and genetics. The autism community says improving support services and quality of life should be the priorities.The Conversation

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