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Collaborative mental health care to support adults on the autism spectrum
Join our interdisciplinary panel of experts to explore working collaboratively to support adults on the autism spectrum.

Watch this facilitated panel discussion of David's story to be better equipped to:

  • describe the role of different disciplines in providing support to adults on the autism spectrum
  • recognise the warning signs, prevalence and risks of mental illness for adults on the autism spectrum
  • identify tips, strategies and challenges in providing collaborative mental health  care for adults on the autism spectrum.

Panel List

Review the panel of interdisciplinary experts' bios: 

  • Dr Aline Smith (General Practitioner, New South Wales)
  • Associate Professor Amanda Richdale (Psychologist Researcher, Victoria)
  • Professor Julian Trollor (Psychiatrist, New South Wales)
  • Dr Anna Urbanowicz (Occupational Therapist, Queensland)    


  • Dr Lyn O’Grady (Community Psychologist, Victoria)


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