See below for an opportunity to participate in a research study.
We are looking for educators who have discussed sexual health education with individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities, which may include diagnoses such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Down syndrome, to participate in usability testing for a research study! This study is to enhance the usefulness of learning activities for sexual health education. We also want to learn what you think will make providing this information easier for you!
If you decide to participate, you will have time to interact with the learning activity. After you’re done interacting with the activity, you will complete a brief assessment and interview about what your thoughts on the activity and its usefulness for this population.
These groups will be recorded using video technology. All recordings will be stored on secure approved Ohio State University computers until themes are identified and analyses are completed. Once analyses are completed the recordings will be destroyed. Your personal information will never be associated with the recordings.
All participants will be provided with a parking pass and a $20 gift card for participating.
Interested or know someone who may be interested? Please email me Schmidt.firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 708-203-1592.
Elizabeth Schmidt, MOT, OTR/L