Your submission gives you a chance to have your say about what is important to you in autism research. The Australian Autism Research Council (AARC) has drafted the priorities for autism research in Australia. The document is now open for community consultation and feedback. You can access all supporting information on our website here: www.autismcrc.com.au/aarc.
This submission can be completed by anyone 18 years or over, who would like to have their say on what the autism research priorities should be.
Making a submission will not benefit you directly, or mean that your opinions on the autism research priorities will be included in the final consultation outcome paper. However, we hope that the autistic and autism communities may benefit in the future by having autism research priorities that are important to them.
You do not need to make a submission. We will store the data from these submissions for at least 7 years. It may be used to help us answer other research questions too. By making a submission you are giving your consent for us to use your responses for these purposes. Submissions may be made public and quoted in the final report of the
AARC consultation, unless you indicate otherwise below. However your
identity will be protected in any future use of your opinions.
Thank you for your contributions. Your submission will help contribute to establishing autism research priorities in Australia.