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Parents of children with disabilities sought for survey

Posted on Friday, Nov. 30, 2012 — 3:27 PM

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Vanderbilt Kennedy Center (Vanderbilt University)

The Vanderbilt Kennedy Center’s Disabilities, Religion, and Spirituality Program is conducting a survey focusing on the strengths, spirituality, and well-being of young people with disabilities in Tennessee. Parents or caregivers of young people with an intellectual disability or autism (ages 13-21) are invited to participate. The goal of the survey is to learn more about the things that help young people with disabilities flourish and live a good life.

Hundreds of parents across Tennessee are invited to share their views on the survey as part of this research project. Participating parents will receive a $20 gift card for their involvement. Based on what is learned, a helpful guide for families, faith communities, disability organizations and service providers across the state will be created.

Erik Carter, (615) 343-1438
erik.carter@vanderbilt.edu




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