Enrolling Service Providers and Caregivers of Latinos with IDD
Improving Service Quality for Latino Youth with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities & Their Families
New research study for service providers and Latino caregivers of youth (ages 5-17) with disabilities such as autism, Down syndrome, and epilepsy!
Our research team at Boston University wants to learn about your experiences with medical, psychological, developmental and/or family support services for Latino youth with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Your participation would include one study appointment (over Zoom or a phone call) that would last approximately 1.5 to 2 hours long. Appointments would consist of:
- An interview with a research team member (60-75 minutes) on your previous experiences with services and feedback on how to improve services for Latino youth with disabilities and their families.
- Additional online questionnaires (30-45 minutes) on your demographic information, your wellbeing, and your environment (e.g., family or work environment)
If you are a service provider or Latino caregiver interested in learning more about this study, please contact:
Monica Gordillo, MA (Principal Investigator)
Complete the Consent-to-Contact Form below