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ALSO:  Several studies by Drexel University; One by Kent State University, One by CUNY SPH

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INTERESTING RESEARCH BY KENT STATE UNIVERSITY

Parents of a child with Down Syndrome may have valuable insights into the experiences and challenges they face. Your participation in this study will help us better understand these experiences and develop effective strategies to support parents and families.

 

To participate, you will need to complete an online survey that will ask about your experiences as a parent of a child with Down Syndrome and should take about 20 minutes. All of your responses will be kept confidential and anonymous. Participation in this study is voluntary, and you may withdraw without penalty.

 

We are asking participants to help us reach out to other parents of children with Down Syndrome who may be interested in participating in this study. 

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at mstohlma@kent.edu or (440)289-2287. Thank you for considering participation in this critical study.

 

Here is the active link for the survey:  https://kent.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0SyMTI0iZ9MLgua

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Drexel researchers seeking adults with Down syndrome (ages 22 - 35 years) for study of everyday behavior and brain function; compensation provided. Email (ladder_lab@drexel.edu) or phone (215.553.7164) for more information.

Drexel researchers seeking family members of adults with Down syndrome (ages 22 - 35 years) for online study; compensation is provided. Email (ladder_lab@drexel.edu) or phone (215.553.7164) for more information or select the link to learn if you are eligible: Study Link  

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Drexel researchers seeking children, ages 5‐17 years with Down syndrome or ages 3-17 years with typical development, for brain function study. Compensation provided. P: 215‐553‐7164; E: ladder_lab@drexel.edu. See video about study Brain and Sleep Study Video.mp4

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Sounds2Syntax Laboratory

Department of Speech, Language,

and Hearing Sciences

University of Massachusetts Amherst

Opportunity to participate in research study by

CUNY SPH - Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy

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