Parental Attitudes and Self-Efficacy Beliefs Regarding Sexual Health
The A.J. Pappanikou University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD) at UConn Health is recruiting volunteers for a public health research study.
Volunteers are needed for an anonymous research study to better understand the parental attitudes and self-efficacy beliefs in providing sexual health education to their children with ASD. Parents are often the primary and only educators. Results will better inform future programming and support for parents.
Participants should be:
- Parents (ages 25-55) of an adolescent (grade 6-12) with ASD
- Able to read English
Participation includes: 25 minute online, anonymous survey
Study is being conducted by:
Dr. Mary Beth Bruder, Ph.D. (PI)
Tara Lutz, M.P.H., CHES (student researcher)
To participate please click below:
Parents ASD sex education
This research project was approved by the UConn Health (IRB #16-235-2).
Questions about this study may be directed to the Principal Investigator, Dr. Mary Beth Bruder, at 860-679-1500, or the UConn Health IRB at 860-679-8729.