Learning about lives of adults on the autism spectrum, and their relatives.


The main aim is researching into new knowledge about people’s lives, so as to change services and support for adults on the autism spectrum and their relatives.

Who can take part?

Adults aged 16 or over, with a diagnosis of autism, atypical autism, autism spectrum disorder / condition, pervasive developmental disorder, high functioning autism (HFA) or Asperger’s syndrome and people who think they are on the autism spectrum but have not had a formal assessment.

What’s involved?

Participants will be asked to complete some questionnaires to give us information about autism spectrum diagnosis, health, living arrangements, level of support needed, access to support, employment, social relationships and lifestyle choices.

How to get involved

If you are interested in taking part or would like some more information please contact Jane Gregg, Lead Clinical Research Coordinator for Mental Health, on 019327 222 47 or jane.gregg@sabp.nhs.uk, alternatively you can contact the Principal Investigator Dr Raja Mukherjee on Raja.Mukherjee@sabp.nhs.uk .