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The Elephant in the Room – Talking to Children with ASD about their Diagnosis

Sarah Cadogan a Master of Science student at the University of Calgary in Canada is involved in a project called “The Elephant in the Room – Talking to Children with ASD about their Diagnosis”.

She is looking for parents of children, adolescents or adults with ASD to complete an online survey that will provide information regarding if, when, how and why parents choose to or not to formally talk to their child about the ASD diagnosis.

They are also looking for professionals who work with children, adolescents or adults with ASD to obtain information on their perspectives regarding talking to individuals with ASD about their diagnosis.

Further information on the project and links to the online surveys can be found at http://www.ucalgary.ca/asert/Discussion.

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