A research team from Penn State University is conducting a project to determine what treatments for people with autism that parents find effective.
The research would require you to complete an online survey (https://pennstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0J65uCQMwSu5Hwx) examining what autism treatments you have seen implemented, what treatments you find effective, and your thoughts about the treatment effectiveness. The number of questions will depend upon your experience with different autism treatments.
Researchers at the University of South Dakota are conducting a survey along with the South Dakota Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (SD LEND) program regarding your experience when you were seeking an Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis for your child.
They are interested in learning about your experience with emotions and potentially traumatic events, and MOST IMPORTANTLY
|The anonymous online survey will take about
30 minutes to complete. Your contributions to this research will help inform professionals serving you
and your child and benefit future parents
going through the diagnostic process.Five participants will be chosen at random to win one of five $20 Amazon gift cards.
Please click on the link to participate:
FATHERS NEEDED FOR RESEARCH Study on parenting children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Recruiting fathers to participate in research study. Fathers (including biological, step-, adoptive, foster-, grand-, etc.) that are raising a child aged 4-11 with Autism Spectrum Disorder are eligible to participate. Fathers must have a co-parent, for whom they share parenting responsibility for the child with Autism. They will be given a link to an online survey asking them about their parenting experiences and supports. The survey will take 20-35 minutes. To thank them for completing the survey, they will be offered a $5 donation gift card to Canadahelps.org
This study is a Ph.D Dissertation, “The influence of coparenting support on fathers involvement with their children with Autism”.
Fathers will also have the option to participate in a 20-minute phone interview. These fathers will be offered another $5 electronic donation gift card to Canadahelps.org for completing the interview.
To participate in this study, please contact the primary researcher (Jason Bloom) at firstname.lastname@example.org (519) 551-3134.
** all information is kept confidential and you may withdraw your participation prior to submitting the survey, and at any time during the optional phone interview **
This research is being supervised by Marcia Gragg, Ph.D., University of Windsor, Department of Psychology, 401 Sunset Drive, Windsor, Ontario N9B 3P4
This study has been reviewed and received clearance by the Research Ethics Board at University of Windsor. If you have questions regarding participating rights and ethical conduct of research, contact the University of Windsor Research Office at (705) 748-1011 ext. 7050.