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  1. Hello, I am a junior designer currently working on a project that aims in creating a more user-friendly and accessible method/guide to guide digital content and other designers on how to create products and services that adapt to adults who live with ADD and ADHD. I myself, have close relatives that live with these conditions and I would like to make the web a safe and more understanding environment in which everyone feels comfortable browsing and carrying out their daily task. This project will be based on public opinion and not medical as I believe that medical data does not apply to everyone. If you are interested in taking part in my research people feel free to private message me. Please find attach my project proposal. All information would confidential and will be kept anonymous. I hope this does not break any forum guidelines!!!:):):) proposal_document_ethics.pdf
  2. I have been contributing to a new collaborative project which aims to direct research with practical outcomes, to improve the lives of people on the autistic spectrum. It is a James Lind Alliance (JLA) project. This is a non-profit initiative. It takes specific health conditions and brings together people with that condition, families, support networks and clinicians to identify and prioritise the top 10 uncertainties, or 'unanswered questions', about the effects of treatments that they see as most important. This information will help ensure that those who fund health research are aware of what matters to us and to clinicians. It has also proved to increase government funding in other conditions that have previously carried out the initiative. Now, in partnership with the National Institute for Health Research and Autistica, the JLA are looking at autism. If you are interested in having your voice heard, there will be a survey opening in mid-April, where you can let the project know who you are and what issues you think should be researched. To find out more, become a partner on the project or register for updates click here. I hope that like me, you feel it is important that autistic people and those close to us participate in decisions which may affect our futures.
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