Studies Related to Fragile X syndrome current as of Friday, May 14, 2021

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Language Development in Young Adults with Fragile X Syndrome

Looking For:
Son or daughter with fragile X syndrome in or entering the last year of high school

Compensation:
$200 Honorarium and Travel Expenses


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Family Well-Being During COVID-19

Looking For:
Parent of a child 6-months to 5 years of age with or without: • ASD • Down syndrome • Williams syndrome • Developmental or language delay • Neurodevelopmental genetic syndromes • Typical development

Compensation:
Participants can enter a lottery to win (1/30 chance) a $25 Amazon gift card and receive access to free online music activities for their participation.


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Music in Children and Families Online Survey Study

Looking For:
Parent of a child 6 months to 5 years of age

Compensation:
Participants can enter a lottery to win (1/30 chance) a $25 Amazon gift card for their participation.


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Tennessee Disability Services Study - Online Survey

Looking For:
Persons with disabilities, their family members, educators, service providers, advocates, healthcare providers, and others in the field of disability from Tennessee.

Compensation:
You can receive free resources and enter a drawing for one of 100 gift cards ($20 each).


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Virtual Study Stress in Parents of Children with Disabilities: Virtual Mindfulness-Based Music and Songwriting Program

Looking For:
Parents/caregivers with a child who has an intellectual/developmental disability or severe chronic illness

Compensation:
Participants receive up to $30 in gift cards and receive audio recordings of MBMS materials


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