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Parent Survey-Research Study
LTritschler posted:
Survey for parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Please follow the link below to direct you to the survey. The survey should take no longer than 15 minutes to complete. Below the link is information pertaining to your participation in the study if you choose to do so. We thank you in advance for your time.

Dear Research Participant:
The research is being conducted by Lisa Tritschler, a doctoral student in the Education Department at Barry University, and is seeking information that will be useful in the field of special education. The aims of the research are to investigate the type of educational placement and services preferred by parents of students with ASD.
Your consent to be a research participant is strictly voluntary and should you decline to participate or should you choose to drop out at any time during the study, there will be no adverse effects.
There are no risks involved in your participation of this study. The following procedures will be used to minimize these risks: You can skip any questions you do not want to answer. There are no direct benefits to you for participating in this study; however, your participation will contribute to research in the area of autism and special education. All data collected will be destroyed after five years (2016).
As a research participant, information you provide is anonymous, that is, no names or other identifiers will be collected. allows researchers to suppress the delivery of IP addresses during the downloading of data, and in this study no IP address will be delivered to the researcher. However, does collect IP addresses for its own purposes. If you have concerns about this, you should review the privacy policy of before you begin.
By completing and submitting this electronic survey you are acknowledging that you are at least 18-years-old and that you voluntarily agree to participate in the study.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the study or your participation in the study, you may contact me, Lisa Tritschler, by phone at (954) 993-8170 or by email at You may also contact the Institutional Review Board point of contact, Barbara Cook, by phone at (305) 899-3020.

Thank you for your participation.

Lisa Tritschler

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