COVID-19: Changes to Daily Life to Wellbeing and Mental Health
About the study
We want to study any changes to you daily life that you have experienced due to COVID-19.
We also want to know whether your wellbeing and mental health have changed in this time.
We are interested in how the experiences of autistic or neurodiverse adults might be different.
What will it involve?
You will be asked to complete an online survey.
Some of the questions will use rating scales and other questions will ask you type about your experiences.
We are looking for different groups of people to take part. This includes anyone who:
- has a diagnosis or self-identifies as autistic
- has a diagnosis or self-identifies as neurodiverse in some other way (e.g. ADHD)
- is the relative of an autistic adult (aged 18+) would not be able to complete an online survey on their own
-is not autistic or neurodiverse
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