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Old 04-02-2017, 10:20 AM
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Hi, my name is Melissa and I'm a graduate student at Illinois Tech. My advisor, Dr. EJ Lee, and I are running a survey for parents and other family caregivers of teenagers and young adults (ages 13-25) with developmental disabilities, intellectual disability, and/or autism spectrum disorder.

The survey is about your experiences as a caregiver. We hope that by learning more about the experiences of families during their child's transition to adulthood that we can help better inform the supports available.

The survey takes 25-45 minutes to complete and twenty $30 gift cards will be raffled off for participants. The survey is open through April 15, 2017. The survey link is:


Thank you in advance for your help! Please email me with any questions (mivins@hawk.iit.edu) and feel free to share the survey information with others who may be interested. Thank you!

Best, Melissa
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