Neurodevelopmental Disorder Priority Setting
Help Us Set Priorities For Neurodevelopmental Disorder Research
If you have a neurodevelopmental disorder, or if you care for or work with someone who does, we want you to help us set research priorities for neurodevelopmental research. The goal of this survey is to hear your questions about diagnosis, therapies, care, and other interventions for neurodevelopmental disorders. Research is vital to finding better ways to improve the health and wellbeing of people living with neurodevelopmental disorders, but researchers can only do this with your help. Tell us about the research questions that are most important to you that still need to be answered. This will help ensure that the work of research funders and researchers focusses on your priorities.
Who should take part in this survey?
Which neurodevelopmental disorders are included?
- attention deficient hyperactivity disorder
- autism spectrum disorder (including autistic disorder, Asperger’s syndrome, childhood disintegrative disorder, pervasive developmental disorder – not otherwise specified)
- Down syndrome
- fragile X
- intellectual disability
- obsessive compulsive disorder
- Rett syndrome
- Tourette syndrome
- learning disabilities
- other genetic syndromes related to intellectual disabilities