Research Request Behavioural and emotional traits in mothers of children with autism

Invitation to participate in research: Behavioural and emotional traits in mothers of children with autism spectrum disorder

From University of Birmingham and University College London:

A new research project is a collaboration between the Cerebra Centre for Neurodevelopmental Disorders at the University of Birmingham and University College London. Your personal details will not be made known to us unless you decide to take part in the project outlined below.

About the research project:
In this project we aim to further our understanding of behavioural and emotional traits in mothers of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and how these might impact on experiences of caring for a child with a neurodevelopmental disorder.

What will participation involve?
We are inviting mothers of children with autism, who are under fifty years old, to complete an online questionnaire which will ask you to rate your strengths and weaknesses in a range of everyday scenarios, as well as your preferences, interests and reasoning skills. We will also ask you about your experiences of caring for your child.

How do I take part?
If you are interested in taking part, the information sheet, consent form, and online questionnaire can be accessed via the following link: http://tinyurl.com/jjpfre6

The password required on the opening page is: cerebra

Following the link does not obligate you to take part.

If you have any questions about the study before deciding whether to take part, or if you would like a paper copy of the questionnaires, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Jo Moss and Dr. Sarah White.via telephone: 020 7679 1148 or email: j.f.moss@bham.ac.uk or s.white@ucl.ac.uk