Current Research Studies

Black Caregivers Study

Black Caregivers Study

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The Purdue University Neurodevelopmental Family Lab is recruiting Black parents and caregivers of children with Angelman syndrome under the age of 10 are invited to participate in a study of how families cope with stress caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Participation

To take part, candidates must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a black parent or caregiver of a child with Angelman syndrome under the age of 10 years old
  • Live in the United States and live at least part-time with your child with AS
  • Speak English primarily at home
  • Be willing to participate in a 7 week program completing web and smartphone-based surveys, sharing videos of you spending time with your child

Families are compensated up to $120 in Amazon gift cards over the course of the study.

More Information or to Enroll

Contact Taylor at the Neurodevelopmental Family Lab at nddfamilylab@purdue.edu / 765-494-3667.
 
 
 
The Angelman Syndrome Foundation does not endorse any clinical trial or study, but provides information to the AS community for its own consideration.