Study about the Child Welfare System and Parents with Disabilities
Posted January 17, 2019 in External NewsDownload PDF
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from The Lurie Institue for Disability Policy at Brandeis University.
IF YOU ARE A PARENT WITH A DISABILITYTHAT HAS HAD INVOLVEMENT WITH THE CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM, WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!
If you are a parent with a disability who has been involved with the child welfare system (also known as child protective services), we want to talk to you about your experiences. We are particularly interested in understanding how the child welfare agency supported you and your family and whether they provided you with reasonable accommodations.
What does it involve?Participating in a short telephone interview.
To volunteer, you must:
- Identify as a parent with a disability;
- Have had involvement with the child welfare system within the past 5 years;
- Be 18 years of age or older;
- Be a resident of the United States; and•Speak English.
To thank you for being interviewed, we will pay you a $15 gift card.
Interested? Please contact Robyn Powell at email@example.com
Privacy: Your participation is completely voluntary. A summary of the interview will be shared in our publications but will not identify you in any way