New grant funding!

We are excited to announce that we have been successfully awarded a new grant – the Research England Participatory Research Fund through the University of Reading. This funding will be used to develop an evidence-based, co-produced guide to make supermarkets more accessible for autistic shoppers. The guide will be expertly designed by our team memberContinue reading “New grant funding!”

Sensory Street included in UK Parliament Research Briefing

Our research paper has recently been included in a Research Briefing on ‘Invisible Disabilities in Education and Employment‘ published by the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST). These POSTnotes are brief, easy to read reviews of emerging areas of research that can be used by members of parliament. Our team member Keren was alsoContinue reading “Sensory Street included in UK Parliament Research Briefing”