THE IMPACT OF PARENTAL WELL-BEING ON THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF CHILDREN AND ADULTS WITH AUTISM
Please read below information regarding research that parents may wish to participate in –
Brian Whyte as part of his Masters Degree in Applied Psychology in University College Cork is conducting a research study to examine the impact of parental well-being on the quality of life of children and young adults with autism. It is hoped that by understanding this impact, it will be possible to feed into the development of new interventions aimed at improving the quality of life of children and young adults with autism.
He is looking for parents of children or teenagers with Autism between the ages of 2 to 18 years to complete a short survey. If you wish to participate in this research please follow this link http://goo.gl/forms/DKlzagH2KD
With World Autism Awareness Day (April 2nd) approaching, we would like you all to support Aideen O’Grady with Starcamp (www.starcamp.ie). Starcamp have recorded a charity single called ‘Smile’ with all proceeds raised going to The Irish Society for Autism. Please check out the link to hear the song http://starcamp.ie/child-line-single-zog-chorus/ we would greatly appreciate your support.
HOW ADOLESCENTS WITH HIGH FUNCTIONING ASD AND ASPERGER SYNDROME EXPERIENCE ANXIETY, STRESS AND WORRY
Please read below information regarding research which you may wish to participate in –
Bronagh Flynn from the School of Psychology in Trinity College, Dublin is conducting a research project to explore how adolescents with High Functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome experience anxiety, stress and worry. The study can take place wherever is most convenient for participants.
If you wish to participate or get further information about this research please contact Bronagh at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01-8962934.