Autism and parental blame research

What this project is about

This research study seeks to understand how parents of autistic children experience parental blame when they approach health, education, and care services for support. The associated survey is part of the wider Autism and Parental Blame research project, led by ADASS West Midlands in collaboration with the University of Birmingham and commissioned by NHS England (Midlands Region).

Why are we doing this?

Working together with families we will identify common concerns and themes and make recommendations for changes to practice that will ensure families feel heard and understood when they look for help.

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