Research Project on Young Adults on the Austism Spectrum
The University of Wisconsin-Madison conducting IRB-approved research on identity for young adults with autism or Aspergers. This nationwide study is entirely online and requires only 15 or 20 minutes to complete.
Are YOU an Adult With Aspergers Autism PDD-NOS?
Do you ever wish research on the autism spectrum reflected YOUR attitudes, experiences, and opinions?
You are invited to participate in an online research study about the experiences and attitudes of individuals on the autism spectrum. Little is known about how adults on the autism spectrum think about themselves or their experiences. Little is also known about how individuals on the autism spectrum view the diagnosis.
Your participation in this study may help advance understanding of the perceptions and experiences of adults on the autism spectrum.
To participate in this study, you need to:
- Be 18 – 25 years old
- Have a diagnosis or identify with a diagnosis of Asperger's Syndrome, Autism, or PDD-NOS
- Be able to complete on online survey
Participation in this study includes a chance to win a
$100 Visa Gift Card.
To participate in this study, please use the following link:
National Law Students with Disabilities
National Law Students with Disabilities (NALSWD) is currently expanding membership to prospective law students and current law students. To be a member, please join our Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/4173468419/) and "Like" our page (https://www.facebook.com/NALSWD). No dues, the only stipulation is that you be a pre-law or law student with a physical, emotional, psychological, or learning, etc., disability.
There are lots of opportunities for law students to get involved. No prior experience is necessary and we are happy to work with students to find ways to be involved that fit with their talents and time commitments.
We are collecting applications for 2014-2015 Executive Board positions through April 13th. http://www.nalswd.org/3/post/2014/04/executive-board-elections.html