Kansas University’s Research and Training Center on Independent Living is doing a study on how people with physical disabilities can become more involved in the community.
Researchers are seeking participants, and hope to get started in the next few weeks.
To be eligible, people must meet the following criteria:
• have a mobility-related disability as a primary disability.
• be between ages 18 and 65.
• be living in the community and not a group home or institution.
• be able to arrange transportation to come to the trainings.
• be able to commit to an 8- to 10-week study.
• cannot be working in a full-time job.
Study participants will:
• receive four, two-hour workshops free. Topics include: goal setting, problem solving, information seeking and advocacy.
• learn knowledge and skills to enhance community participation.
• be asked to keep track of daily activities.
• receive monetary reward up to $250 for participating.
If you are interested in participating in this study, contact Chiaki Gonda, KU graduate research assistant, at 864-4095 or email@example.com.