CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: Childhood Behavioral Interventions; A Comparative of the Experiences of Autistic Adults and the Opinion of Caregivers
We are looking for both (1) autistic adults and (2) parents of autistic children to take an online survey related to childhood experience with no interventions, or interventions such as ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis). The survey takes around 5 to 20 minutes to complete. There is no compensation for your participation.
Click on either link below to complete the survey:
- Caregiver Survey – I am a parent or caregiver of an autistic child
- Adult Survey – I am an autistic adult (18 or older)
The purpose of this study is to seek consumer perspectives on strategies for improving early childhood interventions and social, emotional, and academic supports for autistic individuals. The findings may suggest that future interventions should consider the input of autistic adults in concert with the developmental goals of caregiver’s. This study investigates the association between sociodemographic factors of developmental disabilities interventions and public health concerns of autistic adults in the United States.
This research has been approved by the Human Research Review Committee (HRRC) at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, and has also been designed by autistic adults. If you have any questions regarding this research, please email email@example.com