Exploring ways to make research papers for accessible to the wide non scientific autism community

Robyn Steward

Centre for Research in Autism and Education (CRAE), UCL IoE

Robyn Steward is Autistic and had worked im Autism for over 10 years, most of her work is training profesionals to help them understandAutistic people better. Robyn is intrested in the differnt experiances each Autistic person has, anf how this can best be communicated .

Abstract

a. Background People on the autism spectrum their families and other non academic stakeholders should be able to access what has been researched in autism this helps to dispel myths and gives them tools to argue for better... [ view full abstract ]

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There are no ethical issues that I am aware of and no conflicts of interests. [ view full abstract ]

Authors

Robyn Steward (Centre for Research in Autism and Education (CRAE), UCL IoE)

Topic Area

Topics: Research

Session

S6 » Symposia: Consultation and meaningful engagement in research; ethics (16:30 - Friday, 16th September, Fintry Auditorium)