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Question 1 of 4
Over the last 25 years the prevalent rate of autism has been doubling every 5 yearsCorrect
Correct. The current prevalent rate is 1:68Incorrect
Correct. The current prevalent rate is 1:68
Question 2 of 4
What is the economic cost of Autism Spectrum Disorder to the Australian communityCorrect
In 2011 Synergies Economic Consulting reported the cost to be between $8.1 billion and $11.2 billionIncorrect
In 2011 Synergies Economic Consulting reported the cost to be between $8.1 billion and $11.2 billion
Question 3 of 4
What percentage of peeople with autism complete post school qualification?Correct
Question 4 of 4
What is the labour force participation for people with autism?Correct
Autism Funding Partners Research Project
The goal of this project is to make a difference in the lives of both children and adults with autism and their families through gaining a better understand of Autism through research.
Working in 3 way partnership with Australian Rotary Health and Australian Universities, Illawarra Sunrise Rotary Club has been able to attract an additional $1.60 for every one dollar we receive in donations. This money will be used to fund Australian Rotary Health 3 year Funding Partner PhD scholarships
Currently the club has two 3 year Funding Partner PhD scholarship:
The underpinnings of social dysfunction in autsim and Williams Syndrome: from genes to brain to hormones
Active Kids: A comprehensive biopsychosocial understanding of factors that enhance and hinder physical activity, social engagement and motor development in children with ASD