Australian Longitudinal Study of Autistic Adults (ALSAA) (25 years+)

This is an ongoing program of research with the long term aims to identify and describe the comprehensive and unique profiles of autistic Australian over the age of 25 years.

Objectives include to:

  • identify predictors of mental health and quality of life of autistic adults 
  • examine the stability of autism symptomology overtime for autistic adults 
  • identify predictors of carer/support person coping strategies, mental health and wellbeing
  • explore factors associated with healthy ageing for autistic adults living in Australia.


Brief report: Cross-sectional interactions between expressive suppression and cognitive reappraisal and its relationship with depressive symptoms in autism spectrum disorder

Neuropsychiatric profile and psychotropic medication use in adults with autism spectrum disorder: results from the Australian Longitudinal Study of Adults with Autism

Aging well on the autism spectrum: The perspectives of autistic adults and carers

Management of mental ill health in adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Aging well on the autism spectrum: an examination of the dominant model of successful aging

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  • Julian Trollor, University of New South Wales
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