Category Archives: Research & Surveys

New research available: young adult siblings with and without disabilities share perspectives about comparison of their life experiences during young adulthood

by Ariella Meltzer Often siblings of people with disabilities experience a range of life changes during young adulthood – such as making new relationships, learning to drive, moving out of home, finishing school and starting work – that they see … Continue reading

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Call for Research Participants: Parents and Siblings of Individuals with Disabilities Over 18 Years of Age

 

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Call for Participants in Study on Experience of Siblings of People with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Do You Have a Sibling on the Autism Spectrum? My name is Katelyn Selver and I am a fourth year doctoral candidate in the Clinical Psychology Psy.D. program at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) at Rutgers … Continue reading

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Call for Participants: Study on Experiences of Black/African American Siblings When One Sibling Has Intellectual Disability

*****RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY***** Greetings, My name is Shaquinta Richardson and I am a doctoral candidate at the University of Georgia. I am conducting a dissertation study to explore the experiences of Black/African American siblings related to race and gender when one … Continue reading

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Call for Participants in Study on Future Planning for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder

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