Disabled Parenting Project seeking Autistic Parents

IF YOU ARE A PARENT WITH A DISABILITY
THE DISABLED PARENTING PROJECT WANTS TO HEAR FROM YOU!

If you are a parent with a disability, the Disabled Parenting Project wants to talk with you about your experiences! Specifically, we are seeking parents willing to share their stories. Video interviews will be posted, in part or whole, on the Disabled Parenting Project’s website for others to learn from.

To volunteer, you must:
– Be a parent with a disability
– Have at least one child under the age of 18
– Live in the United States
– Speak English
– Be 18 or older

To thank you for being interviewed, we will pay you a $50 Amazon gift card.

Interested? Please contact Robyn Powell at rpowell@brandeis.edu

Privacy: Your participation is completely voluntary. Nothing will happen to any services you receive if you decide not to take part. A summary of the interview will be shared in our publications but will not identify you in any way. With your permission, your first name will be published on the Disabled Parenting Project’s website along with the recorded interview.

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Robyn is currently seeking Autistic parents in particular. If you meet the qualifications, I highly recommend participating. Robyn Powell is a disabled person and an attorney who previously was on the National Council on Disability. She has done amazing work on Disabled Parent Rights including contributions to Rocking the Cradle: Ensuring the Rights of Parents with Disabilities and Their Children.

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  1. I see this post was dated in february. Is this still going on?

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