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We are conducting research to help understand how autistic people use the web. This research will be used to create a set of guidelines to improve web accessibility for people on the autism spectrum.

Our charity will use these guidelines to make our website more accessible to autistic web users. These guidelines will also be shared with the public and people involved in web design will be able to use these guidelines to help ensure that their websites are accessible to autistic web users.

Take part in face to face research

As part of this research, we would like to invite autistic people to take part in our face to face sessions, to find out more about their experiences online. These sessions will be run by our research agency, Hassell Inclusion. 

When will this take place?

These face to face sessions will be taking place on 20th and 21st August in London with our research partner Hassell Inclusion. 

Expenses and compensation

Compensation of £55 will be provided and travel expenses will also be reimbursed.

How do I take part?

If you’d like to take part, please email research@nas.org.uk by Friday 16 August with your name and contact details.

We will not share your details with anyone except our research partner Hassell Inclusion.