A longitudinal study of post-school outcomes for young people with and without autism, 2014 – 2021
The longitudinal Study of Australian School Leavers with Autism (SASLA) is an online survey-based project, which follows young people aged 15 to 25 years over a 2-year period.
The transition between adolescence and adulthood is an important and difficult milestone for all young people. We are interested in learning more about the rewards and challenges over this time for young people on the autism spectrum.
These snapshots provide information on the profile of the people who have completed the first of three surveys, including their school experiences and what they are doing since leaving school.
To access the study, click HERE.