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      In this study we are interested in behavioural characteristics and the presence of anxiety in young people (aged 3-17yrs) who have neurodevelopmental disorders, specifically Autism Spectrum Disorder and Williams Syndrome. This is part of a much larger programme of research on anxiety that we have been conducting with these groups, and in this specific project we are asking about aspects of the child, as well as aspects of parent, well-being. Information on behavioural characteristics and anxiety can help us develop more targeted intervention approaches to support both the child with Autism Spectrum Disorder or Williams Syndrome, and the wider family unit.This research is being conducted by academic researchers at Durham University, UK. If you would like further information on this study, or have questions you would like to ask before deciding about participation, please use the details below. If you are a parent of a 3-17yr old and would like to take part, you can also find full details of the project at the start of the online questionnaire using the link and password below.Study link: https://durham.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/feelingsSurvey password: HappySupervisors:Deborah.Riby@durham.ac.uk /+44(0) 191 334 3247Mikle.South@durham.ac.ukStudent Researchers:Katie.l.Cummings@durham.ac.uk Thomas.Cawthorne@durham.ac.uk

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