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Research Snapshot: Longitudinal Study of Australian School Leavers with Autism (SASLA)

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posted on 2022-08-24, 05:49 authored by Amanda RichdaleAmanda Richdale, Alexandra HaschekAlexandra Haschek, Lacey Chetcuti, Lauren LawsonLauren Lawson

A brief overview of the outcomes of the  Longitudinal Study of Australian School Leavers with Autism (SASLA).  

pdf link: https://www.autismcrc.com.au/sites/default/files/reports/3-016_SASLA_Visual-snapshot.pdf 

webpage with pdf link: https://www.autismcrc.com.au/knowledge-centre/reports/SASLA 

Funding

Autism CRC 3.016

History

School

  • School of Psychology and Public Health

Year of publication, exhibition or creation

2022-04-01

Type of creative work

  • Textual creative work

Genre of textual creative work

  • Other

Publisher or exhibiting gallery

Olga Tennison Research Centre, La Trobe University

Place of publication, exhibition, or creation

Bundoora, Australia

Pagination

3p.

Rights Statement

The information contained in this report has been published by the Autism CRC to assist public knowledge and discussion to improve the outcomes for people on the autism spectrum through end-user driven research. To this end, Autism CRC grants permission for the general use of any or all of this information provided due acknowledgement is given to its source. Copyright in this report and all the information it contains vests in Autism CRC. You should seek independent professional, technical or legal (as required) advice before acting on any opinion, advice or information contained in this report. Autism CRC makes no warranties or assurances with respect to this report. Autism CRC and all persons associated with it exclude all liability (including liability for negligence) in relation to any opinion, advice or information contained in this report or for any consequences arising from the use of such opinion, advice or information.