Wandering — Prevention Strategies and Impact on Families

Wandering by children with ASD and other developmental disorders is a significant safety concern.  It is estimated that more than…

Family Dynamics and Developmental Disabilities Study

Meghan Murray, a master’s student in clinical psychology at Cleveland State University is conducting a study called Family Dynamics and…

Family Views on Quality of Life and Intellectual Disability

To all parents with a son or daughter with intellectual disability of any age! The Disability Research Program at Wheaton…

Positive Psychological Functioning of Parents of Children with Special Needs

Hello, my name is Jameson K. Hirsch, Ph.D., and I am a Clinical Psychologist at East Tennessee State University (ETSU). …

Costs & Insurance Coverage Associated with ASD Diagnosis

The survey is completely anonymous and should only take 5-10 minutes to complete. It is directed towards individuals with ASD…

Autism Spectrum Disorder and Worship in the Local Church

I’m working on a doctoral research project related to Autism Spectrum Disorder and worship in the local church. The goal…

National Survey Issued about Siblings of Individuals with Disabilities

The Sibling Leadership Network is studying the support needs of siblings of individuals with disabilities. We invite you to complete…

Participants Needed for Family Depression Study

Researchers are seeking participants for their study “Helping Families Cope with Stress: Family Depression Prevention Project.” Potential participants must be…

Free Online Parent Training Research Opportunity

MI ImPACT MSU Study Flyer_Online Only My name is Georgia Bayerl, I am a research assistant for Dr. Kristin Rispoli…

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