My colleagues and I are conducting a survey study looking at factors (e.g., conception methods, socio-economic status, etc.) related to the incidence of communication disorders (e.g., speech and language delay/disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, etc.)
If you are willing to participate, please click on the link below, and submit one survey for each of your children. The survey will take approximately 5 — 10 minutes. You will be instructed to create a participant number. All responses are kept confidential an NO identifying information will be saved.
If you prefer to fill out a paper survey, please email me your address, and indicate how many surveys you need (you need one for each child). You will be provided with a stamped addressed envelope to return your responses. My email is [a>MagaldiN@wpunj.edu .
Anyone with children is invited to participate. Please pass the link on to anyone you think may be interested.
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