Patterns of Autistic Traits Within Families: Grandparents Study
To participate in the Grandparents Study, please click to button below:
For more detailed information about this project, please click here.
What is the purpose of this study?
The first purpose of the study is to measure patterns of autistic traits across generations within a family. This is being studied in order to improve our ability to predict risk for ASD in young children. The second purpose of this study is to investigate the experiences of grand-parenting in the context of ASD in their family, a topic that is important in understanding families holistically.
It is our hope that this information will help improve standards for the timing and quality of early interventions in children with ASD and/or at risk of ASD.
Who can participate?
This is a Australian wide study, currently seeking grandparents:
who have a child with autism and
who have a grandchild (18+ months) through a daughter without autism.
What is involved?
Participation involves the completion of two surveys, completed either online, by return post or via interview (telephone or in person).
How can I get involved?
For the more detailed information, please click here.