DO YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW:
Have an intellectual, developmental, and/or severe physical disability?
Are a parent of at least one child (living with you) under the age of 18?
If so, you may be eligible to participate in a study
Researchers at the University of Minnesota – School of Social Work have developed an intervention to assist parents with disabilities increase and enhance their supports for parenting. We are seeking parents with disabilities who are interested in volunteering to test the effectiveness of the intervention.
Benefits of participating:
Receive a free intervention designed to increase and enhance supports for parenting. Two $25 Visa gift cards offered, one at completion of the initial intervention, and one after follow-up.
Disclosure and discussion of sensitive information, such as disability status, functional limitations, and parenting.
Parent-Centered Support Intervention Project
University researchers would like your help in investigating cell phone/social media use, social interaction styles, and attitudes towards change! If you are between the ages of 18-25, are enrolled in graduate or undergraduate studies, understand the English language, and use a cell phone or social media platforms, you qualify to participate in this brief (approximately 20-30 minutes) study. Your responses are confidential, and your participation is COMPLETELY voluntary. You may close your browser to end your participation at any time without penalty.
To access the survey, please click on this link: https://uindy.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bqL2gOCzKgt05A9
And remember, another way to help this project (or similar projects) is to share the survey with your friends! We appreciate your help in advancing social science!
Principal Investigator Name: Dr. Samantha Gray
Principal Investigator Telephone Number: 317-788-2053
Therapists at the Autism Society of Minnesota (AuSM) are looking to increase mental health professionals’ knowledge and understanding of individuals’ experiences of disclosure of an autism diagnosis. Results will inform clinicians of the experiences of disclosure for individuals with autism
so that they can help clients determine advantages and disadvantages of disclosure.
If you have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and are at least 18 years of age, we are interested in hearing about your experiences. To participate in this study, please follow this link https://bit.ly/2nDzYF7. All responses are anonymous.
Responses due by Oct. 31, 2018.