PALS Program Design Feedback: Pilot Study

Research Study

Dr. Denise Davidson, Ph.D., of Loyola University Chicago is running a study assessing the efficacy of a social support program (PALS) she designed on successful transition to college in students with ASD. She is interested in exploring how the PALS program affects four individual characteristics (social and emotional functioning, mental health adjustment, executive functioning and the promotion of protective factors), adjustment to college, and academic and retention outcomes.

The survey link below leads to a confidential and anonymous online survey about the PALS program. We are interested in input from college students with ASD. Please note that all information will be used for research purposes only and no identifying information (name of participant or name of school) will be stored with the data. This study has received full-board IRB approval at Loyola University Chicago.

Depending on the outcome of several random draws, a number of individuals who complete the survey will win a $75 VISA gift card for their feedback. If you are interested in participating, please follow the link to the survey below.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Y2Y2DSH