Studies Related to Adults with disabilities current as of Monday, July 15, 2024

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Down Syndrome Study for Adults

Looking For:
Between 25-55 years of age, diagnosed with Down Syndrome, in good general health with no diagnosis of dementia

Compensation:
Yes


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Experiences of Recent Blind Graduates

Looking For:
Young adults with blindness or visual impairment who have recently exited high school

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Survey for Social Wellbeing

Looking For:
Anyone is welcome to participate

Compensation:
None


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Survey for Social Wellbeing (Spanish Version)

Looking For:
Anyone is welcome to participate

Compensation:
None


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Transition Experiences of Black Youth with Autism

Looking For:
Parent/Caregiver for Autistic Black youth who are between the ages of 14-24

Compensation:
$50 gift card for Target or Amazon


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Transition Planning for Youth who Use AAC

Looking For:
Young adults who use AAC (aged 18-26) and their parents, special education teachers, and speech-language pathologists

Compensation:
$50


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Understanding the Needs of Tennesseans with Disabilities: A Statewide Community Needs Assessment

Looking For:
18 years or older

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Vanderbilt Autism Research Registry

Looking For:
Children and adults who have a diagnosis of autism

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Vanderbilt Down Syndrome Research Registry

Looking For:
Individuals with Down syndrome

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Voices of Tennessee Direct Support Professionals

Looking For:
18 years or older Direct Support Professional

Compensation:
Raffle for $25 gift card


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WeSearchTogether.org

Looking For:

Volunteers searching for depression, bipolar disorder and mood research nationally.

Compensation:
varies


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To be notified when you are a possible match for a research study looking for participants, register with Vanderbilt's ResearchMatch at the link below.

Research Match
ResearchMatch.org is a free and safe national website that matches research volunteers with researchers looking for participants. Registries for Autism and Intellectual Disabilities are now available on ResearchMatch. Everyone is welcome to join, regardless of age, or condition. Visit www.researchmatch.org to learn more and to join today.