Mullum Road Clinic has Psychologists that have a special interest in, and specialise in the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Research into ASD is important in helping us to understand many important issues. We would appreciate any parents, carers and teachers who live or work with young people with ASD, to give some of their valuable time to complete a short survey.
This survey contains sensitive and challenging issues, but will develop a resource to support families, carers and teachers to talk to children with autism about intimacy. Please read on for more detailed information that is aimed at mature, aged readers.
Details About The Survey
Autism, sex and intimacy is an important issue for young people with ASD. Two surveys have been developed to help provide insight into how pornography access is affecting young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and to identify how to support young people with ASD, their parents, carers and teachers.
The survey is called ‘Porn is not the Norm’ and is auspiced by DVRCV and supported by Reality and Risk, the City of Maroondah, Department of Health and Human Services and Batforce.
Reality and Risk and DVRCV have previously developed training and education resources aimed at young people.
Clicking on the above links… will take you through to Survey Monkey were you will be able to read more information and complete a survey that has an easy format and your responses will remain anonymous. The survey will be open until 5pm Friday 16 September. We appreciate you assistance with this matter.
Mullum Road Clinic
Mullum Road Clinic in Ringwood, are happy to be involved with this important project. We are interested in helping promote and understand respectful relationships for young people with ASD.
The use of reliable and reputable research/surveys is an integral part of our work.
*If you are looking for a certain type of therapy, our friendly staff can help match you to the right Psychologist experienced in that area or you can look up information on any of our Psychologists on the Our Team page.
All our psychologists are registered with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency Psychology Board of Australia (AHPRA) and are all members of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). They are also all registered with Medicare Australia.