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

Health of female FMR1 premutation carriers

Post-diagnostic peer support project

Taiwan UK siblings Project