The federal government has announced its commitment to develop a National Autism Strategy. The Canadian Autism Spectrum Disorder Alliance (CASDA) will be supporting the creation of this Strategy in five key areas in the CASDA’s Blueprint: access/affordability, information, employment, housing, and research.
The Kids Brain Health Training Program, partnered with the Canadian Autism Spectrum Disorder Alliance (CASDA), is offering graduate students, postdocs, and/or research associates the opportunity to contribute to this important initiative and gain invaluable experience in community partner engagement and policy development. This competition offers up to 5 practicum awards of $2000 stipend support (plus travel to the CASDA Leadership Summit April 20-21, 2020).
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