The Carers-ID Research Project invites you to take part in a project about the impact of the pandemic on you as a carer.
Kalem Mahon is conducting a research project exploring parent/guardian experiences of the transition to adulthood and adult services for young Autistic adults with an intellectual disability.
The University of Cambridge, as part of AIMS-2-TRIALS, are running two important surveys to tell policymakers what’s important to Autistic people and carers.
Madeleine Diepman is conducting a research project on investigating sensory & social responses in Autistic children and young people, compared to neurotypical children and young people.
The Irish Society for Autism is delighted to fully support the Regional Group of Independent TDs in progressing the Autism Bill.
A huge thank you to Gary from Trampolines Ireland who very kindly donated a 14 foot trampoline to the Irish Society for Autism, which St. Paul’s Special School will be the beneficiary of.
Dr. Sinéad Smyth from DCU’s School of Psychology is conducting the T-Res Project. The purpose of this research is to measure the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 situation on parents and children with Autism.
The impact of class size on the happiness of children with Autism: Parent and Teacher Perspectives
Autism-related language preferences. U21 Autism Research Network – a network of Autism researchers across 6 continents, are aiming to address issues of diversity and inclusion in Autism research.
The NUI Galway GEMMA project is an Autism research project which aims to develop greater understanding of the relationship between Autism and gastrointestinal symptoms and why some children have Autism and others do not