Survey for Parents of Transition-Aged Youth
An Oregon University student is looking for assistance in a study exploring factors that influence parent participation in planning for a youth’s transition to life after high school. The request is OPTIONAL & VOLUNTARY in which to complete an online survey that takes about 15 -25 minutes to do. The group she is trying to reach are parents of children 16-25 who have a disability. Those who participate will be part of a drawing for gifts and the first 250 will receive a gift card. The survey needs to be complete by January 17th. Here is a letter from her:
Parents of Transition-Aged Youth,
I am a doctoral student in the Special Education program at the University of Oregon and the parent of a young adult with a disability. I am conducting a study to explore factors that influence parent participation in planning for a youth’s transition to life after high school. You are being invited to participate in this 15-25 minute online survey because of your unique perspective as the parent or caregiver of a youth (age 16-25) with a disability.
By following the link below, you will be redirected to our survey, and upon completion will have the opportunity to be entered into a drawing to win one (1) ipad mini or one of six (6) Amazon.com gift cards.
As a bonus, the first 250 survey respondents to complete the survey will have the opportunity to receive a $5.00 electronic gift card from one of four companies: Amazon, Starbucks, Target, or Wal-Mart.
Please complete this survey by January 17, 2016.