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Professor Amanda Richdale

Sleep problems in autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders

Amanda Richdale

In-Person Presenter

A founding staff member at the Olga Tennison Autism Research Centre (OTARC), her research interests include autism spectrum disorder, disorders of development, and sleep and mental health.

Currently, she is a project leader for the longitudinal Study of Australian School Leavers with Autism (SASLA) and works closely with the Australian Longitudinal study of Autistic Adults (ALSAA) at UNSW; both studies are funded by the Autism CRC.

Currently, she is a registered psychologist (Educational & Developmental) and Fellow of the APS College of Educational and Developmental Psychologists.

https://sleephub.com.au/podcast-23/ features Amanda

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