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Sleep and Young Autistic Adults
online resourceposted on 23.03.2021, 22:35 by Amanda RichdaleAmanda Richdale, Alexandra HaschekAlexandra Haschek, Rebecca FlowerRebecca Flower
Autism CRC's longitudinal study on school leavers (SASLA) found that around 60% of participants on the autism spectrum (age 15-25 years) reported poor sleep quality. The following brochure offers some simple things young autistic adults can do to get better sleep.
The Cooperative Research Centre for Living with Autism (Autism CRC) 3.016
- School of Psychology and Public Health