Diversity and lived experiences

The theme Diversity and lived experiences focuses on better understanding what it is like to be someone with a neurodevelopmental condition. This theme includes a wide range of topics, such as residential care, language diversity, social intelligence, peer-support, or experiences of research participation.

Aging and residential care

Autism and Bilingualism (– Parents’ perspectives)

Autism, bilingualism, and childhood

Autism on screen

Autistic bilinguals: language history and social life

Attitudes to “early signs of autism research”

Clinical trials participation for families with Fragile X

Diversity in social intelligence

Edinburgh study of adolescents with special educational needs

Employer attitudes to autism

Family quality of life and autism diagnosis status

Fragile X community views on medication trials

Health of female FMR1 premutation carriers

Post-diagnostic peer support project

Taiwan UK siblings Project