Research: Support for Autistic Adults in the UK

We are running a new survey to assess support available for autistic adults, and invite answers from all autistic adults, whether self or formally diagnosed, who live in the UK. Please don’t complete this survey if you do not live in the UK.

The survey is anonymous, and we don’t ask for personal information such as your age or gender.

This is the link: Autism & Support – a survey to assess the need for autism-specific support-services in the UK

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5 Responses to Research: Support for Autistic Adults in the UK

  1. Jacqui Nicol says:

    So glad I found this site. Is there a sharing experiences page, or could there be? Or where advice can be asked for?
    Contact with other aspies?

    • Leigh Forbes says:

      Hi Jacqui,
      I don’t have a general experiences page (though I welcome diagnosis stories), but check out the “Links” page (under the “Resources” tab above) – I’ve added a couple of links to Facebook groups I know of, and invited folk to leave any other recommended links in the comments.

  2. Rebecca says:

    Do you have folks you work with in the US that you could refer me to?

  3. Tracey farrow says:

    I have just been given a diagnosis of Asperger,s at 50 a relief to realise why I think and feel different.

  4. found it!…so aspie of me not to see it.

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