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Research in focus : bringing you news of the latest research into life and work on the autism spectrum

Contributor(s): The National Autistic Society | Mencap | King's College, London | Autism Research Centre (ARC).
Series: Your Autism Magazine 51 (3) Autumn 2017: 11-13. 2017Subject(s): AUTISM | RESEARCH | PARENT SUPPORT | HEALTH CARE | MENTAL HEALTH | AUTISM SPECTRUM TREATMENT AND RESILIENCE (ASTAR) STUDYSummary: This "Research in Focus" reports on three research projects: "The potential of parent support groups" - asking whether these groups can be used soon after diagnosis to improve the mental health of children on the spectrum and reduce family stress. "Our [The National Autistic Society] new report makes individuals' stories heard in Transforming Care - where families of people who have experienced mental health hospitals told us that care, both in hospitals and in the community, needs to be improved. And "Learning about challenges throughout life" where researchers at the University of Cambridge are recruiting autistic adults to take part in an online survey about life experiences and mental health.
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This "Research in Focus" reports on three research projects: "The potential of parent support groups" - asking whether these groups can be used soon after diagnosis to improve the mental health of children on the spectrum and reduce family stress. "Our [The National Autistic Society] new report makes individuals' stories heard in Transforming Care - where families of people who have experienced mental health hospitals told us that care, both in hospitals and in the community, needs to be improved. And "Learning about challenges throughout life" where researchers at the University of Cambridge are recruiting autistic adults to take part in an online survey about life experiences and mental health.

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