Comprehensive health assessment for autistic adults

Researchers at the Queensland Centre for Intellectual & Developmental Disability (QCIDD) at the University of Queensland, and Autism CRC are seeking volunteer research participants to evaluate a comprehensive health assessment program designed specifically for adults on the spectrum with intellectual disability.

Who can participate?

Adults on the autism spectrum with intellectual disability, together with their support person/s if required

What does my participation involve?

  • Completing a short questionnaire about yourself,
  • Organising and attending an appointment with your GP/health practice nurse to complete the comprehensive health assessment program,
  • iI you are able to, participating in an interview about your experience of the comprehensive health assessment program.

Will I be paid to take part in the research project?

No, you will not be paid. However, you will be making a highly valuable contribution in furthering knowledge and contributing to work which aims to improve the health of adults with autism. This study has been approved by Bellberry HREC.

If you are interested in participating in this study, please contact:

Anna Urbanowicz, 07 3163 1983,

Autism CRC Project: Improving health and wellbeing for autistic adults