The role of self-determination and parental support in the participation of transition planning among transition-age youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Research Study

Online study for adolescents/young adults with ASD (including Asperger’s) and their parents!

Researchers from the Department of Psychology at Illinois Institute of Technology are conducting an online research study to learn more about the role of self-determination and perceived parental autonomy support on adolescents’/young adults’ participation in transition planning, focusing on the perceptions of adolescents/young adults with ASD (including Asperger’s) and their parents.

The study aims to:
• Provide insight into transition related factors from the perspective of adolescents/young adults with ASD (including Asperger’s)
• Explore the relationship between parental autonomy support, self-determination, and participation in transition planning among adolescents/young adults with ASD (including Asperger’s)

Individuals with ASD who complete the adolescent/young adult survey will be able to enter a raffle to win one of fifteen $25.00 Amazon gift cards!
Parents who complete the parent survey will be able to enter a raffle to win one of fifteen $10.00 Amazon gift cards!

To participate in this online survey, you or your child must be:
• Between the ages of 16-25 years old
• Have/had an IEP with Autism Spectrum Disorder (including Asperger’s) listed as a diagnosis in high school
• Currently have or previously had a transition plan in high school
• Not currently experiencing any psychosis or psychotic symptoms
• Able to read and understand the English language
• Able to provide consent/assent
**If you or your child is under 18 years old OR not their own guardian a parent/legal guardian is required to provide consent before your child can participate in this study.

If interested, please click the link for the survey: https://iit.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3abzpE88MgFHyhE

Email:jausloos@hawk.iit.edu

Published on: Jun 21, 2021 at 09:45

— Back to Research Studies —