Autism CRC stands as a trusted, national authority on autism practices throughout all life stages. By collaborating with autistic individuals, families, experts, service providers, and authorities, Autism CRC ensures evidence-backed outcomes that address communal needs.
The diagnosis of autism is challenging and relies heavily on clinical judgement. The “National Guideline for the Assessment and Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorders in Australia” was developed to support clinicians who undertake diagnostic assessments that may result in a diagnosis of autism. We worked on a collaborative project with Telethon Kids Institute, Autism CRC and The University of Western Australia to produce a series of seven accredited microcredentials which may be credited towards the Graduate Certificate in Autism Diagnosis offered by The University of Western Australia.
The learning solution
We worked with the Telethon Kids Institute to transform core material into engaging online courses with learner appeal. Custom graphic elements were developed in branded style, and application of branding guidelines ensured a cohesive look and feel across all content. Regular weekly meetings with DLD and our client maintained clear lines of communication and were subject to robust discussions to ensure streamlined content across all seven microcredentials.
Feedback from our client and their stakeholders was positive, and enrolments into the course, through the University of Western Australia, commenced as soon as the course went live.