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Help us learn the best way to communicate disability employment research findings

How do you like to get your research news? Video, webinar, or brief? Your expertise is needed! 

We are currently recruiting participants for a research project that is designed to identify the best way to share research results with people and organizations that provide employment services for people with disabilities. 

Your participation will help the disability community, including those with mental health, intellectual, and cognitive disabilities by helping us figure out the best way to get meaningful research findings to the people who need it.

You may qualify for our study if:

  • You are an administrator or provider of employment services for people with disabilities.
  • You can offer approximately 2-3 hours of time over the course of a month in Summer 2022. We expect you will be asked to review relevant study materials at the end of June.

To Be Part of This Study

We will ask you to either watch a video, read printed material, or join a webinar and then request your feedback.

You are eligible if you:

  • Are 18 years old or older.
  • Are an employee of an agency or organization and are paid to deliver employment services directly to youth or adults with disabilities.
  • Can read English at a 9th grade reading level.
  • Can understand spoken English at a 9th grade reading level or be fluent in American Sign Language (ASL).
  • Can access materials both visually and auditorily (or with ASL).

You will watch either a video, read a research brief, or attend a 1-hour live webinar.


Complete a 10-minute survey to tell us how useful you think the video, brief, or webinar was to you.

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Receive a formal certificate from UMass Chan Medical School and Boston University acknowledging your participation and a $50 dollar gift card.

Interested in participating?

To participate, please complete this form. 

  • If you're found eligible for the study, you'll be automatically enrolled and assigned to one of the three groups listed above and we will be in touch to schedule your participation.
  • You will be compensated a total of $90 USD for your participation throughout the course of the study.

To learn more about this study, please download our fact sheet

If you are enrolled and do not wish to participate or have any questions, please email us at