This page provides information on research studies in which families with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) might be interested in participating.

DISCLAIMER: These studies are being conducted by 3rd parties not affiliated with Autism Services.

(i.e., methods and strategies presented in the studies may differ compared to what is offered at Autism Services)

RESEARCH STUDY: Disability Policy Research Program at University of Calgary

(posted March 13, 2023)

The Disability Policy Research Program at the University of Calgary is recruiting for a study that is using focus groups to discuss the future of disability-inclusive policy in Canada. These focus groups will be comprised of youth with disabilities, parents/caregivers of youth with disabilities, and representatives from non-profit organizations.

Please email to learn more.


PILOT STUDY: Youth and Young Adults Needed for Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital Pilot Study

(posted October 28, 2022)

Are you a Canadian youth or young adult who has work experience or is looking for work? Consider participating in a pilot study to evaluate a workplace disability disclosure decision-aid tool. To learn more about this study and to determine if you are eligible, please download the recruitment flyer attached to this email or click the following link:

To ask questions or to sign up, please contact me at

RESEARCH STUDY: Codesigning and evaluating the usability of a workplace disclosure tool for Canadian youth and young adults on the autism spectrum

(posted April 29, 2022)

Are you a Canadian youth or young adult on the autism spectrum who is looking for paid work or has work experience? You may be eligible to participate in our new research study to codesign and provide feedback on a prototype of an online autism disclosure decision-aid guide and planning tool! Learn how, here: or contact