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Research Participants Wanted

The following research studies are recruiting participants. For more information and a comprehensive list of potential benefits and risks of participating in this study, please contact the investigator. For helpful information on being an informed research participant, visit the Organization for Autism Research’s (OAR) website,, to view the Parent’s Guide to Research. Appendix B provides a list of questions to ask, prior to participating and your rights as a research participant. Autism New Jersey strongly recommends reviewing this information prior to participating in any research study.

Education & ASD
Researchers at the University of South Carolina invite you to participate in a study of strengths and well-being in teens (ages 13-18) with ASD who primarily receive education in general and/or resource settings. The online questionnaire (password: research) takes about 30 minutes to complete. A caregiver completes the first part of the questionnaire, and the teen completes the second part. Participants can enter to win one of eight $25 gift cards. View the study flyer>>   Take the online questionnaire>>

Wandering & ASD
Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York is conducting a major national study about wandering, and we very much want you to participate. Wandering by children with ASD and other developmental disorders is a significant safety concern, yet few researchers have focused on prevention measures and the impact that wandering concerns have on families. Visit our website to take the anonymous, on-line questionnaire, so we can give voice to as many families as possible. View the study flyer>> 

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