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Help research that makes a difference by participating in surveys on Adult Medical Issues and Autism Subtypes.

Adult Medical Survey

If you have a son or daughter age 18 years or older, or you are on the autism spectrum and are age 18 or older, we would appreciate it if you could complete this survey.

Who: Chief Investigator Steve M. Edelson, Ph.D., Executive Director,  and Valerie Paradiz, Ph.D., Autistic Global Initiative, Autism Research Institute.

What: Comprehensive, consent-based online survey. The survey may take up to one hour to complete - you can start the survey and then save it, and return and complete it another time. The survey is online at: www.AdultASDSurvey.com.

Purpose: The purpose this survey is to document medical problems commonly associated with adults (18 years and older) on the autism spectrum.
Compensation: Participants will be entered in a contest to win an Apple iPad. The next drawing will be held on Sep. 1, 2014. Note: one entry per individual with ASD.

Where: International - this study is open to participants worldwide. 

When: Data collection is ongoing. The winners of the drawings will not be announced publicly.


 

Complete updated ARI E-2 Survey to Identify Autism Subtypes  

Who: Chief Investigator Steve M. Edelson, Ph.D., Executive Director, Autism Research Institute. 

What: Comprehensive, consent-based online survey. The survey is lengthy and may take up to two hours to complete - you can start the survey and then save it, and return and complete it another time. The survey is online at: www.AutismResearchSurvey.com

Purpose: (1) To corroborate previous research on subtyping autism and (2) to determine, based on parent responses, possible underlying causes and the effectiveness of various interventions in relation to each subtype.
Compensation: Participants who complete the entire survey will receive a complimentary one-year subscription to ARI's science newsletter, the Autism Research Review International. In addition, participants will be entered in a contest to win an Apple iPad. Note: one entry per individual with ASD.

Once the data has been collected and analyzed, we will send a summary report to all of the participants. If we do replicate our previous findings, we will also inform each participant to which subgroup their son or daughter belongs to.

Where: International - this study is open to participants worldwide.  

When: Data collection is ongoing.