Surveys and Studies

On occasion, Raising Special Kids is approached by local and national organizations asking us to reach out to Arizona families to inform them of various surveys and studies regarding children with disabilities and/or special health care needs. Below are some of those we’ve been made aware of.

Raising Special Kids is making these links available solely as a convenience. Inclusion on the list does not indicate endorsement of the researchers or their organizations. We receive no payment or benefit for listing them nor do we assume any responsibility for your participation. Please read the study information these third parties provide carefully.

Maternal and Child Health Needs Assessment Survey

NAU study to understand the lived experiences of individuals with disabilities in Arizona during the COVID-19 pandemic

ADDPC survey on behavioral healthcare and crisis services for people with developmental disabilities

Caregiver Empowerment Study (for parents of children between 4 and 10 years old)

Improving VR Outcomes for Out-of-School Youth Involved in the Justice and/or Foster Care Systems

Mindfulness for Parents of Children w/ Disabilities or Special Health Care Needs

Improving Spatial Abilities – Participants With Down Syndrome Ages 12-25 (compensated)

Factors that Influence Type II Diabetes

Impact of COVID-19 on OCD Symptoms and Parenting

ADDPC Study to help Arizona adults with disabilities find jobs that use technology

SPARK Autism Research Project

University of Arizona Study: COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy in Adults with Developmental Disabilities

Focus Group Study About Diné áłchíní With Autism

Evaluation of different ways of messaging information about the COVID-19 pandemic and the probability of becoming vaccinated

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