Useful Links & Research Opportunities

Useful Links & Research Opportunities

Tasmanian Websites

Australian Autism Websites

Autism Research Websites

National Government

State Government

International Autism Websites


Research & Practice

If you’re interested in participating in research there are plenty of ongoing studies that are looking for volunteers. It is entirely up to you to decide whether you want to take part. Please note that Autism Tasmania has no direct involvement with the below research projects.

Supporting Children National Guideline

Autism CRC

Autism CRC is working on a national practice guideline for supporting the development and participation of children on the autism spectrum and their families. Community consultation is open until 29 March, tap the button below to take part.

To take part click the link to begin the survey.

Parenting Practices & Child’s Behaviours

Griffith University

This study is looking at better understanding parenting practices unique to the autism community to inform and design better interventions for parents and their children. To participate you will be asked to complete a 30-minute survey and you’ll be entered into a draw to win a $50 Woolworths/Countdown gift card (3 to be won). Participants must be parent to an autistic child aged 6-13 years.

To take part click the link to begin the 30-minute questionnaire.

The Impact of Autistic Burnout

King’s College

This study looks at understanding the factors associated with ‘autistic burnout’ and the impact that burnout has on mental/physical wellbeing and quality of life. The aim is to improve the identification of burnout in autism and inform support strategies for preventing and reducing it. Participants need to be 18-35 and do not need to identify as autistic to take part. Involvement will consist of taking part in a 50-minute online survey.

To take part click the link to begin the 50-minute questionnaire.

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