Research & Resources

Find out more about different types of research and publications done by The Irish Society for Autism

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The Irish Society for Autism believes that research is vitally important to improve the quality of life of people with Autism and their families.

Over the years our organisation has conducted research in numerous areas relating to Autism and will continue to do so into the future. You can view our research studies below. You can also find information regarding various research topics and studies being undertaken by other individuals and organisations.

Latest research

University of Limerick

Research Study

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.

Research Study

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.

Research Study

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.

Research & Resources

Below you can see research conducted by The Irish Society for Autism, as well as other ongoing research studies

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The Irish Society for Autism research, resources & publications

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