Projects Requiring Participants
High quality research is essential to enable us to develop better understanding of Autism and to develop better interventions in the future.
Why should you get involved?
Researchers are always looking for participants for their projects – the more participants, the greater the chances of meaningful results that reflect the wide range of issues that people with Autism and their families face. So get involved where you can – it will help improve our knowledge and it may benefit you!
Disclaimer: Autism Queensland aims to support research that promises to inform future directions of services for individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their families. Although we screen each project before advertising, we do not necessarily endorse the views, activities or organisations of researchers.
Projects seeking participants
Contact details of all researchers are provided for each of our projects. If you are interested in participating in a study please click on those of the following you believe will be of interest. This list is updated regularly and includes research being undertaken externally and by Autism Queensland.
- Building Bridges Triple P: A Control Trial of a Behavioural Family Intervention for Parents of Adolescents with a Developmental Disorder
- Canine Assisted Occupational Therapy for Children on the Autism Spectrum: A pilot randomised control trial
- Exploring the Experiences of Parents Raising Twins with Developmental Disabilities
- Patterns of Autistic Traits within Families: The Grandparents Study
- Social factors, belongingness, and emotional behaviour functioning in adolescents diagnosed with ASD
- Story Time for Parents with Pre-school Children on the Autism Spectrum
- The Australian Longitudinal Study of Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ALSAA)
- The Australian Biobank Study
If you would like to have your project listed on our site, please click here.