Why do some children get flagged for an autism assessment and others don’t? This new study is investigating how people in a child’s life see the same child differently and how this relates to different factors about the child – such as their gender, camouflaging, and mental health.
Hilary Aime, MA, PhD Candidate; Grace Iarocci, PhD; Tanya Broesch, PhD
Who can participate:
Parent/guardians of children who are:
1. Aged 8-12 years
2. Diagnosed with autism/autistic
3. Attend school in British Columbia, Canada
Parents will complete a 30- to 60-minute online survey about your child, including their behaviour, autistic characteristics, camouflaging, and mental health. Researchers will also invite the child’s teacher to participate and complete a 15-minute online survey about the child.
Parents/guardians will be entered into a draw for one of ten $20 visa gift cards with a one in five chance of winning.
Interested in participating:
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