The Association between Therapeutic Interventions and Quality of Life in People with Autism

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the association between therapeutic interventions and quality of life (QoL) and mental health in people with autism aged 18 years and older without intellectual disability (ID). Results from this study will help identify interventions which are most impactful and contribute to a better QoL and mental health in people with autism and will guide prioritization of those interventions which matter most from the perspective of autistic individuals and their caregivers.

Taline Movsessian, MSc., MBA

Who can participate: 

  • Adults with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) diagnosis 18 years of age and older without an intellectual disability (ID); OR
  • Parents/caregivers of adults with ASD 18 years of age and older without intellectual disability (ID) who are willing to complete the study survey on behalf of their child.

NOTE: Either the individual with autism OR their parent may complete the survey, not both. However, should the autistic individual need support to complete the survey, the parent/caregiver may provide help as needed.

What’s involved: 
This study requires the completion of an anonymous online survey which will take about 15 minutes to complete.

A $10 gift card will be provided to all participants who complete the study survey.

Interested in participating:  
If you would like to participate, please email Taline Movsessian at or call 1-647-339-3937.

March 31, 2022