Collaborating and Contributing
Scottish Autism’s Centre for Practice Innovation provides a focus for other practitioners, researchers and organisations to collaborate with us.
Centre for Practice Innovation
Scottish Autism’s Centre for Practice Innovation represents the next step in our Knowledge Management strategy and our concerted effort to continually develop and share good autism practice.
Scottish Autism’s Centre for Practice Innovation provides a focus for other practitioners, researchers and organisations who share our values to collaborate with us in order to learn from each other and contribute to the growing body of knowledge about what constitutes effective autism practice.
Our Key Aims
- Adopt evidence based practice
- Generate practice based evidence
- Share knowledge
- Lead practitioner research projects
- Develop e-learning and web-based parent support programmes
- Generate information resources
- Publish our work externally
- Develop research networks and relationships
Research and Practice Associates
The success of the Centre relies on us building effective partnerships with the autism research and practice community. To this end we have sought to strengthen collaborations with professionals whom we know share our aspirations for people with autism. Learn more about our Research and Practice Associates.
In 2013 we employed our own Research Manager and have since commenced a number of practitioner led research studies and collaborative projects with other organisations and academic institutions. Through the Centre, we plan to continue and expand this programme of work. Learn more about our current work.
For more information about the Centre or for enquiries relating to potential collaborative projects, please contact:
CPI@scottishautism.org or call 01259 720044