Skip to main content

Table 1 Clinical and sociodemographic characteristics of participants (n = 16)

From: Experiences of an internet-based support and coaching model for adolescents and young adults with ADHD and autism spectrum disorder –a qualitative study

Participant Study Centre (1/2) Diagnosis Level of education (completed or ongoing) Occupation Civil state & living situation Geographical Area Completed participation in IBSC
1 1 ALC + ADHD Compulsory School Student Single, living with parents Rural Yes
2 1 AS Upper Secondary School Sick leave In a relationship, one person household Urban Yes
3 1 AA Upper Secondary School Student Single, living with parents Urban Yes
4 1 ADHD Upper Secondary School Sick leave In a relationship, co-habitation Rural Yes
5 1 AD + ADHD Upper Secondary School Student Single, living with parents Rural Yes
6 1 ADHD + DCD University Student Single, living with parents Rural Yes
7 2 AS University Student In a relationship, one person household Urban Yes
8 2 AS + ADHD Upper Secondary School Student Single, one person household Urban Yes
9 2 ALC + ADHD Has not completed Compulsory School Student Single, living with parents Urban Yes
10 2 AS Compulsory School Student Single, living with parents Urban Yes
11 2 AS + ADHD Compulsory School Work Experience Placement In a relationship, one person household Urban Yes
12 2 ADHD Upper Secondary School Unemployed Single, one person household Rural Yes
13 2 ADHD Compulsory School Working Married, living with partner and/or children Rural No
14 2 AD Upper Secondary School Student Single, living with parents Urban Yes
15 2 AS + ADHD University Work Experience Placement Single, one person household Urban Yes
16 2 ALC University Unemployed Single, one person household Urban Yes
  1. ADHD attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, ALC autistic-like condition (pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified; PDD NOS), AS Asperger’s disorder, AD autistic disorder, AA atypical autism, DCD Developmental Coordination Disorder