Date Updated: July 1, 2020
One way that SPARK is giving back to the autism community is by providing summary reports of data that have been collected. These reports are called SPARK Snapshots. The reports provide a window into the journeys of SPARK participants and contain interesting findings from the information that families have provided. As more families join SPARK and we explore new topics, we’ll take a new Snapshot to share our discoveries.
We take time to ensure that the information in the SPARK Snapshots is accurate, but these findings have not been evaluated by outside scientists via a process called peer review. When our findings have been reviewed by outside scientists and we publish those findings in scientific journals, we will let you know.
Sometimes, when you participate in research, you are left wondering what scientists have discovered. SPARK won’t let that happen. You can find all of our reports below.
- SPARK Snapshot – All Participants with Autism: December 2015 to January 2019
- SPARK Snapshot – Independent Adults with Autism: December 2015 to April 2018