Current Research

We carry out and promote research into some of the biggest issues affecting neurodivergent children and young people, who may also be living with learning difficulties, and their families. Discover the latest findings in our current research reports. Researchers can also find out how we can help you with your research.

Complete this short form if you would like to take part in our research projects and help us to create change.

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Research 1 – Future Me, My Digital Workbook

Our Future Me, My Digital Workbook has been available since November of 2020 and we’re always looking for ways to improve it. If you have used the workbook we would really appreciate your feedback to help shape future changes.

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Research 2 – Coming soon!

In the coming weeks, we will partner in a research project with our colleagues at Salvesen Mindroom Research Centre on xyz. If you would like to take part in this research project please sign up to join our research cohort by clicking the button below.

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Research 3 – Conducted by Scot Inform

Scot Inform are working with partners to develop a day and residential facility in East Lothian for people aged 16 and over who have a diagnosis of autistic spectrum conditions, associated disorders and behaviours that challenge. The would like feedback on their proposals from families living in Edinburgh, The Lothians and the South of Scotland.

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Become a Research Participant

If you would like to be first to hear about our latest research opportunities then sign up to be added to our cohort.

By taking part in our research you are helping us learn more about neurodiversity and the challenges facing children, young people and families living with learning difficulties.  This knowledge can allow us to influence policy makers, secure funding for services and further research, and produce practical tools that help.

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Researchers: would you like us to promote your research?

If you’re looking for some support with your academic research and would like us to promote your research on this website and to our followers and service users, please complete our questionnaire and we’ll get back to you.

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