Research Participants Wanted

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, www.researchautism.org, 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.


Females with ASD and Reproductive Health

Your help is needed to advance reproductive health care services for females with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) who also have limited language skills. If you are a parent of a female with ASD, a female with ASD, or a nurse, please consider participating in this study. This study is looking to identify effective methods to train OBGYN staff to complete gynecological exams for females with ASD.

If interested please contact Bobbie J. Gallagher, M.A., BCBA a student at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology at 848.565.1357 or email bjg7658@ego.thechicagoschool.edu. Download a recruitment flyer>>


Behavior Analysis Service Experiences
This survey, by Drs. Bridget Taylor, Linda LeBlanc and Melissa Nosik, is intended to gather information about the relationship between parents who have children with autism and behavior analysts (e.g., BCBA’s). If you are a parent of a child (or adult) with autism,  please complete the survey. Your feedback may be helpful in training future behavior analysts. It should take 15 minutes to complete and your answers are completely anonymous. Upon completion, you will be given the option to enter a drawing for a $50 gift certificate. 


Is your child happy? Do you believe we can teach Happiness? Should schools/service providers focus on happiness and quality of life?

Paal Program invites you to participate in a survey. Download a flyer>>

Parents and individuals with autism can help gather critical information about parent perspectives on indicators of quality of life and happiness of individuals with autism. By taking this brief survey you will help researchers learn about parents’ opinions on whose responsibility it is to address quality of life in programming and help improve program designs. Participate in this survey>> 


Therapeutic Relationship of Primary Caregivers of Children with ASD and Speech-Language Pathologists

Hello! My name is Rachel Nokes, and I’m completing a Master’s thesis project on factors that contribute to the therapeutic alliance between caregivers of children with ASD and their child’s speech-language pathologist (SLP). I hope to discover how this relationship is viewed and valued by caregivers. If you are the primary caregiver of a child with ASD between Kindergarten and 5th grade and would like to participate, please click on the link below. Thank you!

Click here to take the survey! 


You are invited to participate in a research study investigating the efficacy of treatments.
The Rowan Sequencing for Maximizing Acquisition and Response to Treatment (SMART) Program is investigating the efficacy of treatments for children 2-5 years of age diagnosed with autism. Children will receive 4 months of treatment free of charge. Assessments will be given at intake, 2- and 4-months and parents will be compensated for their time and effort. For more information, call 856-256-4846 or email autismparentprogram@rowan.edu.

 


Need participants for your research study?

We can help:

Have your IRB approval letter and a brief description of the study's methods and anticipated results and email: avarga@autismnj.org for more information. 

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