Longitudinal study of middle-aged autistic adults

This is an ongoing program of research with the long term aims to identify and describe the comprehensive and unique profiles of Australian middle-aged autistic adults, linked to the following research objectives:

(a) To compare the data on these variables with a matched control group, in order to discriminate the unique autistic profile from what are general requirements

(b) To collect data that will support the development of tools and strategies to improve health and wellbeing for autistic school leavers and young adults

(c) To identify autism specific variables, with respect to Educational Vocational Assessments Protocol (EVAP) and Integrated Employment Success Tool (IEST) variables, in order to inform the development of the these tools
Project Leader(s)
  • Julian Trollor, University of NSW
Research Program

Adulthood - Program 3