Project SAFE-T

Drs. Matt Brodhead and Marisa Fisher from Michigan State University are recruiting families to participate in a study on how to support children with autism receiving online instruction.

Specifically, Project SAFE-T is looking to evaluate how parent training can reduce disruptive or negative behaviors children with autism may be exhibiting during online instruction.

Interested in participating? Complete this brief form and we will contact you shortly.

You and your child may be eligible to participate if:

  • You and your child reside within the State of Michigan
  • Your child has an autism diagnosis (educational or medical)
  • You are the legal guardian of your child
  • Your child is between ages 5 and 26
  • Your child receives at least part of their public education in an online format (broadly defined)
  • Your child exhibits behavioral difficulties (e.g., tantrums or noncompliance) during online learning

If you are eligible to participate in this study, we will ask you to do the following:

  • Complete 2 brief surveys about your child
  • Submit brief videos of your child engaging in online learning
  • Speak with qualified autism professionals about ways to support your child

All interactions will be conducted remotely via Zoom or e-mail!

Upon completion, families will receive a $75 gift card for Amazon.com

Interested in participating? Complete this brief form and we will contact you shortly.

Notes: MSU Study ID: STUDY00005066 (Category: Exempt 1); Financial support for this study is provided by Michigan State University’s College of Education;  “Children using computers.” By San José Public Library is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.