Researchers and clinicians working together to better understand autism spectrum disorder
Minds for Minds was established to enable parents and families to better understand how minds affected by autism spectrum disorder work.
The Minds for Minds research network has set out to find the causes of ASD in order to help with diagnosis and contribute to the development of management options. The network encompasses a wide range of research activities (genetics, microbiology, psychology, physiology, immunology, audiology, speech language therapy) and is set to expand its research efforts further. The Minds for Minds network aims to be to a place for all those working on ASD in New Zealand to meet, share ideas, resources and build effective collaborations.
Former National Party Finance Minister Hon Steven Joyce is taking on his first public role since leaving Parliament as the new patron of our Minds for Minds Charitable Trust. Read more