Wayne State Seeks Teens & Young Adults with Disabilities

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Are you a teen or young adult with a developmental disability? Would you like to try a new activity in your community?

Wayne State University is looking for teens and young adults ages 14- 21 with developmental disabilities, such as cerebral palsy, autism, or an intellectual disability. Young people and their parents will complete questionnaires and assessments about the physical and social environment, the activities they do, and how they feel about themselves.

Questionnaires will be completed three times over four months. After the first meeting, each participant will receive a $50 gift certificate to try a new activity, like going to the movies or a restaurant. Participants will also receive gift certificates when they and their parents complete the questionnaires: $25 after the second session and $30 after the third session.

For more information about this project, contact Ann Carrellas at 313.577.8562313.577.8562 or 313.577.2654313.577.2654.

 

 

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