Help University of New South Wales learn more about autism

Autism Survey

June 3, 2020

Many people on the autism spectrum were not able to receive a diagnosis when they were children.

Researchers at the University of New South Wales and Autism CRC would like to learn more about autism spectrum diagnosis (including Asperger’s syndrome) in adulthood.

Any adult with a formal diagnosis or thinks they may be on the autism spectrum is welcome to participate, but currently, the researchers are looking for adults who were diagnosed before age 18 and adults with intellectual disability and autism. They are also welcoming carers/support persons who helped an adult get an autism diagnosis to participate. You will have the option of taking part in an online survey, telling your experiences in an interview, or both. The interview can be done in-person, via phone or online.

You will have the chance to win a $100 gift card for completing the survey, and/or receive a $60-$80 gift card for the interview depending on the format.

To see if you are eligible, please click to view the flyer and Easy Read flyer.

If you are interested, please click on the following links:

Survey for adults 
Survey for carers

Expression of interest for interview: tinyurl.com/AdultDiagnosisI

If you have any questions, please contact Yunhe Huang at yunhe.huang@unsw.edu.au or 02 9385 3025.

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